SpaceX unveils its most powerful rocket.
Proposers’ strategies must be successful in one of three different environments.
Nissan is developing technology that controls the car by reading the driver's brain waves.
Poachers trade on a black market estimated to total $40 billion. It’s impossible to stop every poacher, but new technology could bolster the efforts of conservationists by putting a set of eyes in the sky.
The fragility of digital memory could let the entire story of our time turn to sand.
The rise of driverless cars will save lives, time, and spark a $7 Trillion "Passenger Economy." But it will also destroy jobs. What should we do?
Scientists find that a drug meant for another illness may significantly help Alzheimer's patients.
Scientists come up with an explanation for the strange dimming of Tabby's star and it doesn't involve aliens.
While it can often be tempting to unfollow friends who have differing political views than you, one philosopher tells us why we should embrace, rather than shun, such challenges to our worldviews.
This discovery brings into question how much free will there is in deciding to break the law.
Studies and Facebook creators are seeing social media in a much more negative light.
Illumination from nanobionic plants might one day replace some electrical lighting.
It takes an average of 7.5 months to build a single-family home. A Ukrainian startup has cut that timeframe down to just 8 hours.
Rock salt is great at keeping roads free of ice, but using it over the long term poses serious dangers.
Experts assess the strengths and weaknesses of the North Korean military in a potential conflict.
Researchers use the world's strongest material to create a film that can harden like a diamond upon impact.
The biologist Trofim Lysenko, blamed for millions of deaths, is experiencing a revival in Russia.
Here are some of the most impactful scientific achievements in a year full of discoveries.
Facebook has been cataloguing our faces because…um.
Tesla's all-electric semi-truck is getting some big first orders and government help.