Scientists are uncertain whether the Schiaparelli probe safely touched down on the Red Planet or broke apart.
European Space Agency anxiously awaits news from its probe after it fell silent in the last few meters of its 310 million mile journey from Earth.
Oct 19- Many have doubted forecasts calling for the onset of the first La Niña in almost five years, believing that its failure to materialize in convincing fashion last summer- as originally predicted- means that it may be off the table for 2016-17.. But in recent weeks, the oceans and atmosphere have been pulling everything into place to facilitate a...
September broke a 16-month streak of record warm temperatures around the globe, but the year is still on track to be one of the hottest on file.
Jim Cramer spoke with interim CEO of Girl Scouts on the importance that the role of technology plays in girl's lives.
GLASSBORO, N.J.— Rowan University has received a $25 million donation to preserve and expand the southern New Jersey school's fossil park in Mantua Township. It's the second-largest donation in Rowan's history and the most given by alumni of the Glassboro school. Rowan purchased the 65- acre quarry from Inversand Co. for $1.95 million in September 2015.
"The race is really on," said Paul Bunje, principal and senior scientist at XPRIZE. Coal- fired power plants are a major source of carbon dioxide emissions, a problem contributing to hard times in the U.S. coal industry. Semi-finalist entries came from Canada, China, India, Switzerland, Scotland and the U.S.
The agreement, unlike the broader Paris one, is legally binding. More than 100 developing countries, including China, the world's top carbon emitter, will start taking action by 2024, when HFC consumption levels should peak. A small group of countries including India, Pakistan and some Gulf states pushed for and secured a later start in 2028, saying their...
American winners of the prize will find that they're making less than any winner since 1988.
Amid a contentious presidential race, U.S. president Barack Obama called out political rivals that seek to cut scientific funding.
CNBC looks at controversies surrounding the Nobel Prize, which awards achievements in the fields of science, art, economics, and peace.
JOHANNESBURG, Oct 12- South Africa has failed to protect residents affected by pollution from contaminated water and mine dumps over more than 130 years of gold mining near Johannesburg, an independent investigation by the Harvard Law School said. Its International Human Rights Clinic said successive governments including the current administration had...
John Crowley, CEO of Amicus Therapeutics, discusses his biotechnology business model, as well as drugs pricing.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday vowed to help send people to Mars as soon as 14 years from now.
The Ozobot Evo is a spherical robot designed to be an introduction to science and technology, as well as a fun toy.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, but the debate over what exactly causes it rages on.
A simple principle of physics explains why hurricanes always spin the way they do.
"Voyage of Time" takes viewers on an evolution of the entire cosmos in what its filmmakers call a "sensual cinema of science."
Orbital Insight's James Crawford explains how the shapes of shadows caused by oil tanks can be used to estimate crude inventories levels.
Julius Baer Group CEO Boris Collardi says he expects blockchain technologies to revolutionize products and services in the financial industry.