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Why did the European Space Agency create a whole bunch of fake moon dust and use it to 3D print small screws, gears and even a fake coin?
A paper published in 2017 appeared to show a limited quantum effect in bacteria. Now scientists argue that something much weirder happened.
North Korea's missile program has not actually been dismantled, according to a report published this weekend.
Experts explained that the companies aren't really doing science, so it's not surprising that they produce different results.
In November 1988, Robert Tappan Morris wrote a program that would travel from computer to computer and ask each machine to send a signal back to a control server, which would keep count.
It was the second-ever success for the joint missile defense program, and a stunning technological accomplishment.
If a teen in your life is a big old science nerd, or just loves thinking and learning, we've got some great gift ideas to suggest.
An engineer and writer noticed a secretive military base in Nevada hadn't been updated on Google Maps for 8 years. They took care of that without any Google help.
One of Hawking's earliest surviving wheelchairs and his groundbreaking doctoral thesis are up for auction in London.
The latest mystery mission of the U.S. Air Force's robotic X-37B space plane has now passed the 400-day mark.
An advanced U.S. military communications satellite soared into space in the midnight hour Wednesday (Oct. 17), lighting up the sky over Florida as it launched into orbit.
A beetle eye surrounded by glittery scales took the top prize in Nikon's annual microphotography challenge.
An evildoer with hacking skills could potentially take control of U.S. weapons systems, according to report that finds critical cybersecurity threats at the Department of Defense.
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