This week, Marvel rolls out what might be its most unusual movie yet: Ant-Man, the story of Paul Rudd getting really tiny and punching people. But the casual viewer who didn’t grow up reading this stuff
Officials of the National Cancer Institute joined cancer scientists on Monday to announce the launch of three ambitious clinical trials designed to bolster research undergirding President Obama's precision
Google’s self-driving cars are hitting the road. The tech giant said Friday it plans to start testing its small, egg-like prototypes on the streets of the company’s hometown of Mountain View, California.
Web slingers get a high-tech upgrade Your move, limpets. Earlier this year, the long-reigning champion of the Strongest Biological Material Competition, spider silk, was usurped by the upstart limpet But
World JERUSALEM — Ina Rennert mislaid her best friend Miszou the teddy bear as the German bombs started falling. Her family was fleeing the Nazis' 1939 invasion of Poland when the road they were traveling
TV audiences met Don Draper, Peggy Olson, Joan Harris, Roger Sterling and the rest of the cast of AMC’s Mad Men when it premiered in July 2007. During its now seven seasons on the air, the drama has garnered
Google's X lab is developing better batteries that last longer, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company hasn't confirmed anything yet, but seeing as most of its products require batteries to
There is no way to discuss money issues without including the “earning” part of the equation. It seems amazing that in our day and age, we still are experiencing a gender earnings gap. Carrie Kerpen, Forbes
As a rule, bionic hands are clunky contraptions made of motors, pneumatics and other machinery that just can't be as elegant as the real thing. Germany's Saarland University might just change that, however.
Here's the estimated price for restoring two declining coral species found in South Florida and the Caribbean: about $250 million. How long will it take? 400 years or so (assuming all goes smoothly). one
Why autonomous butlers are the beginning of ubiquitous robotics Sometimes, people would see the robot coming down the hotel hallway, and do exactly what you'd expect—fast-draw their phones, and snap some
After dipping its toes into the plug-in hybrid waters, Mercedes-Benz is ready to jump in with both feet. The automaker is planning to launch 10 new plug-in hybrid models between now and 2017 -- on average,
The World Heath Organisation's cancer agency has declared that glyphosate, the active ingredient in popular herbicide Roundup, is 'probably carcinogenic' The World Health Organisation’s cancer agency declared
Science News Scientists have found a way to create mutant organisms more reliably, using a recently developed gene-editing technique known as CRISPR. And just as in the "X-Men" movies, not everyone is
Somewhere, in a quiet corner of Malibu, California, guests at the legendary wellness spa Ranch at Live Oak are tucking into a divine, healthy meal made from fresh, wholesome ingredients. Now, with the