A new theory that interactions between parallel universes could explain all quantum behavior is gaining traction among physicists.
The new biopic "The Theory of Everything" documents the personal life of cosmologist Stephen Hawking.
"Project Recover" uses underwater robots to scour the ocean in search of lost World War II veterans.
Project Recover using autonomous robots to map areas where World War II planes likely crashed in the Pacific Ocean.
Researchers have developed a way to send the thoughts of one person through a computer to control the hand motion of another person.
Researchers are studying the reflectivity of Greenland's dark ice and how climate change may contribute to the ice sheet melting.
Physicist Nami Arkani-Hamed gave a live lecture on the future of physics research and predicted that a revolution in the field is on its way.
Cyborg cockroaches equipped with microphones could one day be used to navigate disaster scenes and listen for survivors.
New research shows that a major tectonic shift may explain the huge increase in new species during the Cambrian explosion.
Physicist Nima Arkani-Hamed will give a live lecture on recent quantum mechanics research and the evolving understanding of space-time at the Perimeter Institute on Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. ET.
Runners are getting close to breaking the 2-hour marathon record. But what are the physical limitations to human running speed and endurance?
Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda earlier this month, stirring up miles of calcium carbonate sediment that forms the foundation of the island.
A chunk of copper became the coldest cubic meter (35.3 cubic feet) on Earth when researchers chilled it to 6 millikelvins, or six-thousandths of a degree above absolute zero (0 Kelvin).
A new study of fossil records estimates that the 60-foot-long (18 meters) Megalodon shark went extinct 2.6 million years ago.
A NASA mission is measuring biofuel emissions and contrail formation by flying jets directly behind a large aircraft.
An Apple-1 computer, a window from the Manhattan Project test site and letters from Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin will go on sale at a history-of-science auction this month.
Bonhams auction house will hold a history-of-science themed auction on Oct. 22, featuring a vintage Apple-1 computer and a window from the Manhattan Project test site.
Physicists have discovered a new particle from data from the Large Hadron Collider that could reveal how protons in atomic nuclei are held together.
The Israel Antiquities Authority unearthed an ancient ritual bath and water cistern with modern world war two graffiti during a highway 38 construction project in Israel.