The famous swirling red eye on Jupiter's surface appears to supply enough heat to warm the rest of the planet's upper atmosphere. » Read More
Medical students and members of the public will be able to watch a live hernia surgery in 360-degree virtual reality (VR) later this week.
Verizon, Anheuser-Busch and Gilead Sciences are making headlines this morning before the opening bell.
An dispute is unfolding about what role the ligament plays in knee function and whether the anterolateral even exists, NYT reported.
WASHINGTON, July 25- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday paved the way for new curbs on emissions from passenger jets by ruling that greenhouse gases from airplanes endanger public health. The finding, which requires the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from aircraft under the federal Clean Air Act, removes a hurdle to implementing...
Research shown at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference suggests people with complex careers may be resistant to the disease.
Graham is a bizarre model of how humans would need to evolve in order to sustain injuries from auto accidents.
Ag-tech company Indigo announced it raised $100 million in new funding. David Perry, Indigo CEO, discusses tackling agriculture problems and his company's efforts in adding microbes back to plants to create healthier plants.
Members of the U.K.’s science and agriculture industries have already begun to voice concerns about Brexit's impact on funding and labour.
The name for the full moon is one of three given in North America during the month of July.
J. Craig Venter, Human Longevity Inc., CEO, on how science is on the verge of finding cancer in its earliest stages.
Names of moons date back to pre-colonial North America, and were used to keep track of seasons and important events.
J. Craig Venter, Human Longevity Inc., CEO, discusses how advances in technology could expand human life spans.
Utah health officials said a caregiver of an elderly patient who died while infected with Zika is positive for the virus.
A new paper challenges a widespread belief about why Antarctic glaciers are retreating.
According to the CDC, there is a new form of Zika virus transmission. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports.
TOKYO, July 15- Japanese aluminum products makers such as UACJ Corp and Kobe Steel are boosting output capacity in the United States in a bid to snare market share as automakers turn to the lighter metal to meet stricter environmental rules. UACJ, Japan's biggest rolled-aluminum products maker, began production of sample aluminum sheets for autos last month at...
Half of U.S. states have a 'high' or 'very high' prevalence of well water that's potentially corrosive enough to leach lead from pipes.
The science behind why jet lag hits you harder going east.
Some Chinese have been puzzling over the notion that a beetle could be named after their president, The New York Times reports.
Pokemon Go players are kayaking out to game locations, walking around library book stacks and (accidentally) running into actual wildlife.