One test changed the fortunes of an advanced 3-D imaging lidar system now baselined for NASA's Restore-L project that will demonstrate an autonomous satellite-servicing capability.
The European Union's top court says that Austrian privacy campaigner Maximillian Schrems can bring a case against Facebook Ireland as an individual but there cannot be a class action suit.
Teens routinely encounter online risks, such as sexual solicitations, cyberbullying and explicit material, but research shows that the negative effects of such exposure appear to be temporary, vanishing for most teens in ...
If you're among the throngs in the stores this Friday—or even late Thursday—you might not realize it, but in retail circles many experts are asking one question: With shopping options galore, does Black Friday even matter ...
People talk all the time about how they need to "detox."
Finally, some good news for the Greenland halibut, a deep-water flatfish with two eyes on one side of its head: climate change has altered its ecosystem and beluga whales, at times, are less likely to eat them.
The eating qualities of UK oysters may not be adversely affected by future ocean acidification and global warming, new research has suggested.
Today, CERN Control Centre operators announced good news, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has successfully met its production target for 2017, delivering more than 45 inverse femtobarns to the experiments.
Tropical rainforests continue to buffer wildlife from extreme temperatures even after logging, a new study has revealed.
Rent-a-room giant Airbnb said Tuesday that it had provided accommodation for 1.2 million visitors to Africa over the last year—double the previous year as tourism expands across the continent.