How much are we really paying to explore the universe? Since its inception in 1958, NASA has accomplished some pretty spectacular feats of science. Our country has landed humans on the Moon six times.
Our world is made of matter. "Everything you see and feel — your laptop, your desk, your chair — they are all ordinary matter," says Aihong Tang, a researcher at Brookhaven National Laboratory. But matter
A brain system that helps us find our way to the supermarket may also help us navigate a lifetime of memories. At least that's the implication of a study of rats published in the journal Neuron. Itfound
A cracked cell phone screen could become a thing of the past As engineers continue to push what is possible for our buildings and gadgets, so too do they find new ways to tweak the properties of glass.
And what are your odds of getting chosen? What child hasn't dreamed of becoming an astronaut? Now, you can. Starting on December 14, NASA will begin accepting applications for the astronaut class of 2015.
There's not a ton to say about this amazing video of the Sun that NASA released this week. It was created from images taken every 12 seconds by the agency's Solar Dynamics Observatory, and took about hours
Congressman: “Just thinking about the breaches there, it’s horrific” In a couple weeks, the Transportation Security Administration, best known as the TSA, will finally be old enough to sign up for an online.
Science & InnovationLaelaps If there’s one conference I can’t bear to miss, it’s the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology annual meeting. Especially because there’s always at least one image presented during
A new definition of "I'll take that to go" The next big thing in transportation may be Next. The modular electric car design looks really nothing like a car, more like a boxy room on wheels, but it runs