Scientists have found another space oddity 400 light-years from Earth: a binary star with three misaligned planet-forming discs.
Scientists are growing 300 “test tube” human brains with the goal of studying and developing cures for neurological disorders.
A new NASA CubeSat has launched into space and has begun studying a particular class of X-ray light unexplored by scientists.
NASA’s upcoming TESS mission will search for planets beyond the solar system to discover a new Earth.
NASA’s SOFIA observatory has detected collapsing interstellar clouds that are about to become new stars larger than the Sun.
According to a recent report from the World Energy Council, global demand for energy per capita will peak in 2030 due to new technology and stricter government policies.
Hundreds are killed in Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, but death toll continues to rise as cholera outbreaks grip the impoverished nation.
Scientists discovered a microbe that could provide a model for how “alien life” might survive in uninhabitable planets throughout the universe.
NASA is adding up finishing touches on the James Webb Spae Telescope before it becomes ready to look at the first stars in the universe.
Severe long-term droughts or “megadroughts” caused by climate change could affect southwestern U.S. states, a new study found.
A new greenhouse in an Australian desert could produce 15,000 tons of tomatoes per year with only saltwater and sunlight.
A team of surgeons has performed the United States’ first uterus transplant involving living donors.
The Shanghai Tower in China -- the world's second tallest building -- has recently unveiled its high-speed elevator, which is said to be faster than Usain Bolt, the fastest man in the world.
NASA is concluding a series of successful tests in preparation for the first integrated flight in 2018, which include the Orbital ATK rocket test, the RS-25 engine test, the welding on the liquid hydrogen tank, and most recently, the Orion parachute test.