Mosquitos are the deadliest of all creatures, so scientists are trying a new idea: Creating even more deadly mosquitos to fight back.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on efforts to battle mosquito-related diseases, like Zika, in new trials being tested in Key West, Florida.
Steven Fang, CEO of Invitrocue, talks about how the company will be building patient-specific cancer models with the Genome Institute of Singapore.
Elon Musk says his plan to dig tunnels under Los Angeles is a "low stress activity" because "everyone expects it to fail."
Musk said he thinks the next reused rocket can be launched for about half the cost of launching a new one.
Elon Musk thinks we need to build a base on the moon, if we are going to stoke public interest in space travel.
A new paper says it is the first attempt to measure the total amount of plastic produced since the beginnings of mass production.
The ongoing battle for Charlie Gard's treatment has taken a new turn.
A new report found cities' stress levels are influenced by poverty and divorce rates, U.S. News reports.
A pharmaceutical company will occasionally extend the expiration dates of its own products because of shortages, ProPublica reports.
Some Medicare beneficiaries are being prescribed opioids by 10 or more doctors, Propublica reports.
Ben Mezrich, "Wooly" author, talks about the science behind a groundbreaking attempt to use CRISPR, a gene-editing tool to bring back the wooly mammoth from extinction.
Robots need only eight to 12 weeks to take over a back office function that humans take years to learn, says Max Yankelevich, founder & CEO, WorkFusion.
A report by the Asia Development Bank says Asia will endure extreme heat, rising sea levels, growing losses from severe weather and increasing food insecurity in coming decades as climate change raises temperatures and alters weather patterns across the globe. The survey released Friday by the Manila- based lender paints a grim outlook for many communities...
Carl Vause, CEO at Soft Robotics, says his company has developed robotics systems that can handle packaged food items in a cheap and clean manner.
Chinese research team head expects major progress on artificial sun technology by 2023, but physicist has doubts, SCMP reports.
A study finds heat related flight disruptions will become more common in the next few decades as temperatures rise due to global warming.
Sotheby's is auctioning off several items linked to space travel, including moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong.
A climate change magazine article is prompting questions about scientific accuracy and dystopian fear, Vox reports.
A giant iceberg the size of Delaware has broken off an ice shelf in Antarctica, USA Today reports.