Scientists used computer algorithms to "evolve" an organism that's made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn't a frog.
The so-called Cybertruck is an angular, stainless steel, all-electric pickup truck that quickly became polarizing. Here's why it's revolutionary.
Google claims quantum supremacy – IBM says not so fast. One researcher explains why he doesn't see quantum computers outpacing classical computers any time soon ... and maybe not ever.
The Oculus Go is a fantastic first step into the world of virtual reality and now you can get it for just $149, saving you 25%.
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The "Bust of Nefertiti" was scanned years ago by the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin, but the scan was not previously available.
This jet-powered car called Bloodhound aims to break the sound barrier and then break the land speed record.
For the first time, a quantum computer has solved a task that Google says would be impossible for the most advanced supercomputers in the world.
Los Alamos physicists want to combine two fusion-power techniques and finally harness the energy source that powers the sun.
Photos of delicate embryos, feathery mosquito antenna and a frozen water droplet were just a few of the standout images in this year's Nikon Small World microphotography contest.
This Navy craft is meant to communicate with nuclear forces in the event of a nuclear war. And a bird strike just grounded it.
Virgin Galactic and partner Under Armour unveiled a new line of "spacewear" spacesuits for future passengers on SpaceShipTwo.
Three scientists have won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing the lithium-ion battery that powers everything from smartphones to electric cars.
A new book by Randall Munroe, author of the popular science webcomic xkcd, explains how to fix real-world problems by using science to find ridiculously complicated solutions.