Only a certain type of uranium works in nuclear reactors and bombs. Separating that type from the more common kind requires a great deal of engineering skill.
On Memorial Day, when the U.S. honors its war dead, a whole new set of rules govern raising and lowering of the American flag.
DARPA program Narrative Networks looks to understand and detect how listening to stories changes your neurobiology.
Steve Jobs will leave a profound legacy behind, but it's a legacy that rests more with competing companies than with Apple itself, more with ideas than with inventions.
Men, you don't have to deliver the baby, but the least you can do is feel what it's like to carry it.
Perfect fit and looks good on the beach. Not bad for a bikini designed in a computer and printed from nylon.
Necklaces with self-contained ecosystems and fractal bracelets designed by computer programs are just some of the stand outs in the emerging trend of science-related fashion.
A mixture of new materials, new designs and new architectural techniques could significantly increase a structure’s resistance to tornadoes and hurricanes.
To find the world's most wanted terrorist, the US used technology to first isolate the target, and then follow a trusted associate right into his home.
Defense Department wants to help soldiers produce their own comic books as therapy to deal with the stress of combat.
30 years ago today Xerox started selling the first commercial computer mouse, and the mouse still reigns supreme.
The Marine Corps hopes 27,500 pairs of ballistic underwear can help reduce the injuries and recovery time associated with explosions.
After years of development, and hundreds millions in funding from the US and Israel, the Iron Dome defense system final may see action.