A landslide may have buried the now-mummified alive a few million years ago.
The world’s first x-ray images of lightning capture it just before it strikes the ground at almost 1/10 the speed of light.
Computer simulations, ballistic dummies and pigs help researchers find ways to protect soldiers' brains
A behind-the-scenes look at a new brain exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City
China's breathless pursuit of science, technology and innovation can leave other countries looking a bit flat-footed.
Future patients who need transfusions for surgery and cancer treatments could get it from a patch of their own skin.