Scientists know that a Chinese space station will be re-entering the Earth's atmosphere within a couple of weeks. The exact time of that happening, though, is a little fuzzy.
If you’re like most people, you probably think of coal as a chunk of black fossil fuel. Geologist Jen O’Keefe sees it differently.
Bee researcher Shalene Jha dishes on the secret life of bees.
Scientists are figuring out that our microbiomes — those multitudes of bacteria, viruses and fungi in our guts — affect far more than just digestion.
“Leonardo was curious to know everything there was to know about everything you could know about creation, including how we fit into it,” Isaacson says.
“The magic of being able to interact with creatures who'd been running away from you for almost a year was something real special, and that comes out very strongly in this film,” Dr. Goodall says.
Occasional fires are important for the cycles of many ecosystems, but this year’s heavy fire season shows the mark of human influence.
We know that one of the first migrant groups, known as the Clovis people, lived here around 13,000 years ago. Beyond that, however, many details about these early Americans are still hazy.
Everyone gets chicken, and the chicken get antibiotics.
Opponents of the law say it could be used to target science in the classroom.
The iconic confrontation between HAL and Dave from the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey," crystallized on the big screen our fear of intelligent robots threatening humans. Now, with self-driving cars on the horizon and AI finding its way into our phones, our financial systems and just about all aspects of life, that scenario is becoming increasingly complicated.