Shuji Nakamura beat the titans to blue LEDs and lasers, potentially revolutionizing lighting and data storage.
Shuji Nakamura beat the titans to blue LEDs and lasers, potentially revolutionizing lighting and data storage
Sensationalism dogs an animal laboratory upgrade
Miscues by the International Olympic Committee frustrate scientists developing tests for the performance-enhancing drugs erythropoietin and human growth hormone.
In the first of this group of articles about human missions to Mars, staff writer Glenn Zorpette examines the main goal: looking for life
Explanations of the science underlying the world's most prestigious awards for physics, chemistry and physiology plus a look at the prizes for peace, won by a physicians organization, and economics
Our reporter flies on NASA's zero-g-simulating "Vomit Comet"
For a Danish study of human athletic performance, our reporter donates some muscle to the cause
On jungle rivers in Belize, two zoologists catch the ultrasonic cries of bats--and fish for a big one
Global Surveyor bolsters the theory that water persisited on Mars
Overly ambitious goals may havehurt the Partnership for a NewGeneration of Vehicles
Should the U.S. regulate over-the-counter sports supplements as anabolic steroids?
Terrorists' recipe for making the nerve agent VX in Sudan apparently came from a U.S. patent
As India and Pakistan demonstrated, military nuclear know-how is spreading with frightening ease
The annual horseshoe crab procession, as seen from Brooklyn
CMOS image sensors are poised to take on CCDs
A powerful consortium pushes a new path to the Internet