A new flying car designed to travel over open water could be on sale as soon as this year.
Though there are many urban legends out there, the origins of 4/20 as an international holiday to smoke marijuana are shrouded in a haze of smoke, naturally.
Much of the Antarctic continent is threaded with rivers, pools and streams of melting drainage water, which could mean the continent is more vulnerable to climate change than previously thought.
A mysterious superfluid has demonstrated a negative mass, meaning that if it's pushed to the right, it will move to the left.
A new method could mix dust from the moon or Mars with a series of solvents to create flexible, tough 3D-printed tools.
An anomaly in the number of antineutrinos produced by nuclear power plants was a result of a modeling error, not a hint of new physics.
The deepest life on Earth may lurk in mud volcanoes nearly 6 miles beneath the ocean floor, new research suggests.
The United States sent 59 Tomahawk missiles to destroy an airbase in Syria, but exactly how do these missiles work?
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has snagged computer science's most prestigious prize, the A.M. Turing Award.
A look at an ancient tick preserved in amber midfeed has revealed the only known existence of an ancient red blood cell, along with the tiny parasites that infected the creature.
A bizarrely undulating wave robot could one day slither its way through your intestines, visualizing the interior space.
Yves Meyer, a French mathematician who did pioneering work on a signal processing tool known as wavelet analysis, has won the Abel Prize, one of the top math prizes.
Color is popping up everywhere in the California desert, thanks to a wet winter after years of drought.
A new book publishing in May will reveal the extent of plastic pollution in the ocean in stunning photographic images of ethereal plastic "plankton."
A new image of the James Webb Telescope appears to be filled with ghostly wraiths, thanks to the photo being taken in a darkened room with a long exposure time.
From eavesdropping techniques to programmed kitties, here are some of the most incredible real-world spy technologies.
Scientists have created five artificial yeast chromosomes, a step on the way towards making a completely synthetic version of yeast.
The iconic 'Azure Window' sea arch in Malta collapsed completey into the sea after heavy rainstorms pounded the area.
For the first time, researchers have captured video of the elusive True's beaked whale swimming underwater.
A bizarre video of turkeys circling the body of a dead cat has captured the internet's imagination, but one biologist says it's totally normal behavior. Here's why.
New images reveal the dramatic extent of damage to the Oroville spillway, an outlet for the Oroville Dam in northern California.