Máximo the titanosaur wishes you'd drop him a line.
Even an extremely dead apex predator deserves a beautiful view of the night sky — particularly one that reminds them of home.
From a nuclear commander to a Harvard-educated refugee, STEM-trained candidates are shaking up politics.
Touted as a promising alternative energy source for decades, solar panels crown rooftops and roadside signs, and help keep spacecraft powered. But how do solar panels work?
U.S. cities committed to the Paris climate accord after President Trump announced the country's exit. But how much can urban areas do?
Get the science scoop on the animal kingdom's Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch and Thing. Can you guess which animals make the cut?
Children who are prodigies may have certain genetic traits in common with people who have autism, new research suggests.
Star Wars' beloved droid C-3PO's astounding translation abilities might be the most useful in everyday life, and the most likely to be replicated by real-life AI.
Blessed and burdened with a tremendous learning capacity, Ultron masters 3,000 years of human history in a flash. But computers that learn are not only on the big screen, say experts.
The Turing test, a foundational method of AI evaluation, shapes the plot of the sci-fi/psychological thriller "Ex Machina." But real-life systems can already pass the test.
Artificial intelligence like the kind seen in the movies is getting real, as researchers work on robots with feelings like Chappie.
In the film "Guardians of the Galaxy," the character "Groot" is a walking, talking tree that seems to defy nature. How outlandish is the idea of a plant-animal hybrid?
Six of the people killed in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 were dedicated to HIV/AIDS research and programs, and researchers mourned their lives at recent a health conference.
Diverticulitis, a condition that can cause severe and sudden pain in the abdomen, affects the digestive system.
Though the term "communism" can refer to specific political parties, at its core, communism is an ideology of economic equality through the elimination of private property.
The common skin growth called a skin tag, or acrochordon, usually develops in folds of skin and causes little to no harm. Still, these growths can be irritating, and doctors can easily remove them.