20 September 2014, 04:12 PM ET
World Maker Faire is an annual festival that celebrates science, technology and innovation. The event features hands-on workshops, panel discussions and special exhibits. Here are some photos from the 2014 World Maker Faire in New York City.
20 September 2014, 02:33 AM ET
Lonesome George out for views, a stunning aurora and Syria's damage are just a few of the starting images this week.
19 September 2014, 01:34 PM ET
Since it began in 2011, the war in Syria has damaged five of the country's six World Heritage sites, according to a nonpartisan analysis of before-and-after satellite images.
19 September 2014, 10:43 AM ET
Amazing images every day!
19 September 2014, 07:36 AM ET
The body of a 100-year-old Pinta Island Tortoise, dubbed Loneseome George, has been preserved and is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History.
18 September 2014, 12:30 PM ET
An Israeli compound dated to the Byzantine era may have once housed monks who pressed wine and oil for a living.
18 September 2014, 07:42 AM ET
Archaeologists have discovered ceramic shards and other remains of a 1,900-year-old Roman fort that once quartered 500 troops in a German village along the Rhine River.
17 September 2014, 01:30 PM ET
Chimpanzees may attack each other in coordinated assaults, but not because of human pressures on their habitat, a new study finds. Instead other factors, such as having many males in a highly populated ape community, heighten aggression rates.
17 September 2014, 10:42 AM ET
A small goldfish, named George, underwent surgery at the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, to remove a life-threatening tumor from his head.
17 September 2014, 09:38 AM ET
There are about 300 shipwrecks in the gulf just west of San Francisco. Scientists have seen few of these sunken hulls, but now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is embarking on a two-year project to document these lost vessels.
17 September 2014, 08:36 AM ET
The remains of hundreds of ancient Egyptians have been discovered in a cemetery near an ancient city now called Amarna. One skeleton belonged to a woman who wore a complex hairstyle with 70 lengthy hair extensions.
16 September 2014, 07:01 PM ET
A new accounting of the war wounds on the skeleton of Richard III reveal that the last Plantagenet king of England was injured at least 11 times, but probably died due to one of two brutal stab wounds to the head.
15 September 2014, 09:28 AM ET
Now you can explore Egypt's archaeological wonders on Google Street View.
15 September 2014, 07:20 AM ET
Photos reveal a lunar-crescent-shaped stone monument that dates back around 5,000 years. The monument, located near the Sea of Galilee Israel, predates the Great Pyramids.
13 September 2014, 03:08 AM ET
Volcanoes, tornadoes, dancing lights and a full harvest moon are just a few of our favorite images from this week in Science.
11 September 2014, 10:37 PM ET
Swimming together, stunning reef sharks show their social side.
11 September 2014, 05:10 PM ET
Solar flares are powerful blasts of radiation unleashed by the sun. When aimed directly at Earth, these eruptions can trigger geomagnetic storms and knock out power grids and communications. Here are some spectacular photos of solar flares.
11 September 2014, 02:01 PM ET
The partial skeleton of a Spinosaurus suggests this dinosaur was adapted for swimming in the waters in what is now Morocco.
10 September 2014, 01:54 PM ET
Iceland's Bardarbunga volcanic eruption captured from space.
10 September 2014, 11:48 AM ET
Canadian authorities have released amazing images of a shipwreck discovered in the Arctic. The vessel is believed to be one of two lost ships from the Franklin Expedition, which set sail in 1845.
10 September 2014, 07:08 AM ET
Using technologies that can "see" underground, scientists detected several smaller monuments around Stonehenge that might have hosted processional and ritual activities during the Neolithic era.
09 September 2014, 12:02 PM ET
Mars rovers built by students from around the world took part in the European Rover Challenge, a competition to build robots that could aid humans on a future manned mission to the Red Planet.
08 September 2014, 03:58 PM ET
Researchers and coal miners excavated Rukwatitan bisepultus, a new species of titanosaurian dinosaur in 2007 and 2008.
08 September 2014, 12:33 PM ET
Amazing science images every day.
07 September 2014, 07:30 AM ET
In Sweden's Tjuv-Antes cave, bacteria help build fanciful rock formations called dripstones.
06 September 2014, 02:39 AM ET
From a spectacular eruption in Iceland to a gigantic dino from the past, here are the most awesome photos we found in Science this week.
05 September 2014, 06:23 PM ET
A fisherman in Fort Pierce snapped photos of a huge shrimp-like creature caught by a nearby couple. The animal seems to be a mantis shrimp, says one expert.
04 September 2014, 05:36 PM ET
The dahlia is one of the most spectacular of blooming plants now found in gardens across the world. These herbaceous perennial plants belong to the genus Dahlia and are indigenous to the highlands of Central America and Mexico.
04 September 2014, 09:11 AM ET
A newly discovered species of super massive dinosaur lived in present-day Argentina about 77 million years ago.
03 September 2014, 02:00 PM ET
See the ocean-dwelling animals that resemble deep-sea mushrooms. Discovered offshore of Australia, the mysterious creatures are similar to jellyfish but were classified in a new taxonomic family.
03 September 2014, 12:36 PM ET
A seamount rises up from one of the least explored areas of the central Pacific Ocean. The structure was mapped with sonar, revealing a conical structure with 23-degree slopes.
02 September 2014, 07:40 PM ET
Wild marmosets living in the Brazilian forest can learn how to open a puzzle by watching a monkey do it in a video, a new study suggests.