NASA astronauts are to conduct an unprecedented series of four spacewalks during the next month at the International Space Station.
A world-renowned U.S. scientist says he is plotting a revolution -- a revolution in the way children around the world are taught science.
A British astronomer has been selected to lead a Pan-European project in developing a "roadmap to the stars."
NASA engineers and scientists have created something that will give better information about far away galaxies. This new creation, which will be in a future space telescope, is so tiny that it's the width of a few hairs.
As the Earth warms up (2006 was the hottest year on record in America and the hottest in Britain since 1659), ecologists expect many plants and animals to move up, too -- up north and uphill, to locations where temperatures ...
The HiRISE camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took a huge, detailed image of Mars' Mojave crater on Jan. 7, 2007.
SanDisk today announced that it expects to see the launch of the next generation of NAND flash memory this quarter as it begins the transition from 70 nanometer (nm) to 56nm multi-level cell (MLC) flash memory chips at Fab ...
A strikingly unusual animal was recently discovered in the cloud-forests of Peru. The large rodent is about the size of a squirrel and looks a bit like one, except its closest relatives are spiny rats.
In his State of the Union address tonight, President George W. Bush is expected to call for Americans to slash gasoline consumption by up to 20 percent by 2017.
Don't throw away your laptop yet, but there's a promising new high-tech invention being announced this week. Researchers have created a memory circuit the size of a white blood cell that has enough capacity to store the Declaration ...