NASA tells Phoenix to shake metal screen to dislodge sample
New instrument will look at gamma rays blasted out by the most powerful events in the universe
New spray-on explosives detector; Next-gen insect repellents; Salty water on Mars; and more...
Space technology offers only so many ways to answer nature's call when you're in orbit
Personal expression is a complex process in the brain
With oil-rich countries tightening control, Big Oil seeks tech fixes and alternative energy sources
Cracked, barren surface suggests thawing and refreezing of subsurface ice
NASA crosses fingers for success of risky landing
Water wind farms; Sleepy brains experience "power failure"; and more...
President signs bill prohibiting discrimination based on genetic information
Is $100-a-barrel oil here to stay?
Lucky catch supports long-standing view of supernova shock wave
Will a trifecta of synthetic racetracks, genetic sleuthing and blood tests help stave off thoroughbred breakdowns?
Protein-folding video game and more
First of many young supernova remnants?
Phoenix to study history of water and climate on the Red Planet
In putting together our recent series on self-experimenters, I kept wondering whether one could harness the do-it-yourself ethos that drives people to experiment on themselves and channel it into something more rigorous...
Finding might help captive breeding of the endangered cats