An MIT team developed "self-shading windows" they say can turn totally opaque several times faster than current designs.
Forecasters are expecting up to four major hurricanes this year in the Atlantic.
Chemicals used to make stain-resistant clothing and non-stick pans are found at unsafe levels in supplies for 6 million people.
Astronomers expect about 200 meteors an hour at the peak of the shower on August 12.
July temperatures across the United States were higher than average, and Alaska is seeing its warmest year ever, federal scientists say.
There's more to virtual and augmented reality than mesmerized "Pokemon Go" players wandering the streets.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued its final word on a trial for the genetically-modified Oxitec mosquito in Florida.
Marcus Kuhnert, the chief financial officer of Merck, comments on the company's earnings report and explains which areas of the business are doing well.
Wealthier urban homes have a greater variety of insects, spiders and other arthropods in them than poorer ones.
The Earth reached record warm temperatures in 2015, and brought both a strong El Nino and record high levels of greenhouses gases in the atmosphere.
Lionfish have been invading Southeast coastal waters at an alarming rate, and now fishermen are taking advantage.
A judge ruled that an HIV pill to prevent infection could be funded by the U.K.'s state health service, in a victory for AIDS campaigners.
This $5.5 million self-propelled spacecraft will attempt the first controlled, Earth-orbit solar sail flight.
The Athlome project is an international joint effort to identify performance genes and genes that may influence the injury and predisposition to injury and illness.
How does World Olympic champion, Greg Rutherford get ready for important sports events and what did his DNA results show? CNBC takes a look.
Should sporting professionals, academics or even the average individual get their genetic data analyzed? CNBC investigates.
At DNAFit, a genetic testing company, CNBC’s Louisa Bojesen takes a look at the step-by-step process of scientists analyzing and processing genetic data.
World Olympic champion, Greg Rutherford explains to CNBC why he had his DNA analyzed, and what it might mean for his training and lifestyle choices.
Meet Greg Rutherford: World Olympic champion in long jump, who has managed to jump a record 8.51 meters – the length of almost two cars.
CNBC takes a behind-the-scenes look at genetic testing company, "DNAFit". The firm has already designed a test that reveals the best exercise and nutrition for your body.