Physicist Michio Kaku doesn't see immortality as impossible, especially of the digital kind.
Could Alzheimer's be prevented with a simple vaccine? This startup posits that it can.
Michio Kaku tells the story of a bet between Thomas Edison and Henry Ford that Elon Musk is now fulfilling.
When you have the opportunity to take gravity away from the human body, the results are pretty fasninating.
What role does beauty play in evolution? How does Darwin's idea of natural selection apply to how we choose mates? Richard O. Prum, professor of Ornithology at Yale University, explains.
What are the different types of rocket engines and will there be a rocket engine coming in the future that uses very little energy? NASA's Michelle Thaller explains.
Sloths are unfairly ridiculed and underappreciated animals, says zoologist and filmmaker Lucy Cooke.
NASA's Michelle Thaller shares her prediction of what it will take to get people to Mars, including what role Elon Musk will play in that effort.
Heather Heying knows that a true understanding of the world comes not from the answers, but the questions as well.
What does it take to become an astronaut? Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield explains, along with his vision for space exploration.
Can radiation in space limit human exploration? It's a real challenge, explains NASA's Michelle Thaller.
Roaming horny hippos obtained illegally by Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar? It's a heck of a true story.
Michelle Thaller from NASA examines if it's possible to put up a giant disk to block out the sun's rays and cool Earth.
If we ever discover the true size of the universe, we'll likely have galaxies to thank. The trillions of massive star clusters we've observed are sending light from the early universe back to us.
With over 100 active science missions, from the Hubble Space Telescope to studying ice shifts on Earth, working at NASA can be a dream come true for any astronomer or astrophysicist.
Astronauts aren’t floating in space, they’re free falling—and so are you. Here's the amazing science behind so-called zero gravity.