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.
Robotics and artificial intelligence are going to transform the transportation industry sooner than expected, says Alec Ross from Johns Hopkins University.
Bathtub-warm water in the Caribbean has strengthened the storm to a Category 4, prompting evacuations in Florida.
Astronaut Mike Massimino talks about fixing the Hubble Space Telescope, the new space race and funding space travel.
LONDON, Oct 6- London's Heathrow airport could build a third runway without breaking European pollution laws, according to research published before a British government decision on airport expansion, the BBC reported on Thursday. In a potential boost to Heathrow, research from the University of Cambridge showed that any increased levels of poisonous...
Former Silicon Valley darling Theranos will close its labs and Wellness Centers, CEO Elizabeth Holmes revealed in a public letter to "stakeholders."
The world's oldest people may have attained the oldest age biologically possible for the human species.
Two groups of Congressional representatives are at odds over how the SpaceX explosion inquiry should be handled.
Most global forecast models suggest Matthew will be churning off the east coast of Florida and the southeast United States by Friday morning.
Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) — a mysterious muscle weakness, similar to polio — appears to be on the rise this year, reports NBC.
A SpaceX employee tried to inspect a facility belonging to competitor United Launch Alliance after suspicious images surfaced.
Strains of bacteria resistant to antibiotics have been gaining strength and shifting the tide in their favor, a CDC official tells CNBC.
The space probe made a crash-landing onto the icy comet it has been orbiting for the last two years.
Scientists are working to find the best ways to grow vegetables and other plants aboard a spacecraft or on Mars.
Cheers erupted at the European Space Agency as Rosetta made a landing on the comet it has been orbiting for 2 years, NBC News reports.
Growing vegetables and cereals in space could become critical to eventually supporting a permanent human colony on Mars.