These projects are an excuse to try something a bit adventurous. This article originally appeared on GoodHousekeeping.com. A unique and luxurious-looking headboard can instantly make over a space. Our
According to a former NASA Chief Technologist Is it insane to sign up for a one-way trip to Mars? Mason Peck would like to assure you it is not. He addressed the sanity of Mars colonizers in a post yesterday
Rosetta is on a journey to unlock the history of the solar system. After 10 years of circuitous travel, Rosetta has begun to edge toward the icy, black core of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. In August,
For four years and five months, she clung to the rock and guarded her eggs. In a feat that surely made good use of all eight arms, an octopus revealed a new secret of deep sea life when ecologists observed
You had me at "seaweed." For the first time ever, a device has enabled people to translate a dolphin whistle in real time. The dolphin's first word was "sargassum," a type of seaweed. "I was like whoa!
This has happened with several crop-munching insect species around the world. Crop-munching caterpillars in Brazil are no longer put off by genetically modified plants designed to kill them, Reuters reports.
A high-resolution map of the human brain in utero is providing hints about the origins of brain disorders including schizophrenia and autism. The map shows where genes are turned on and off throughout
Less than 20 years ago the first known feathered dinosaurs from northeastern China were being unveiled to a surprised and amazed public, and since then huge numbers of fossils have been found. A new study,
Something new for the carrier pigeon to carry around. To study migrating birds, engineers have been developing a sensor-loaded backpack that would power itself with vibrations produced by flight. A special
The Apollo spacecraft was neither mass produced nor reusable. Of the 36 vehicles built by North American Aviation (and later North American Rockwell), some of which were scrapped before completion, only