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In the run-up to June 23, a whole host of celebrities have given us their opinion on the U.K.'s EU membership. CNBC takes a look.
NASA's Apple TV app displays high-definition video of Earth from the International Space Station, in real time.
California's Sierra-Nevada mountains will need several years to recover from the massive snowpack deficit accrued over the last four years.
Puberty may be arriving earlier thanks to chemicals, obesity, and other factors, but some say the talk is overblown.
Monday evening, a full "strawberry" moon shone in the night sky on the summer solstice — the longest day of the year.
The zika virus could already have a foothold in the southern United States, and public health officials are unprepared for it.
Canine cognition is a field of research conducted by dog psychologists who examine why our furry friends behave the way they do.
Weird weather this year, in part resulting from El Nino, has "completely decimated" northeastern stone fruit crops.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, says they are putting together a system to move people using the new transport technology.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, responds to comments made by the chairman of rival company Hyperloop One.
Pro-ISIS groups on social media behave in ways that can be used to anticipate attacks and learn more about "lone wolves."
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The waves can help researchers better understand how massive objects move and accelerate in space.
Russia and the U.S. may have raced to land the first person on the Moon, but the next challenges lie deeper in space, the head of the Russian space agency says.
Igor Komarov, head of Roscosmos, comments on how Donald Trump might affect relations between NASA and the Russian space agency.
LIGO researchers detected gravitational waves for the second time, opening a whole new field of astronomy and astrophysics.
OSLO, June 15- Some coral reefs are thriving and scientists say they may guide efforts to curb threats such as over-fishing and climate change which are blamed for widespread global declines. A major study identified 15 "bright spots" among more than 2,500 coral reefs in 46 nations, including off Indonesia, the Solomon islands and Kiribati where given local...
All "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic, the World Health Organization's cancer agency will say as it downgrades warning on coffee.
NEW YORK, June 14- Bioenergy produced from crops does not threaten food supplies, researchers funded by the U.S. government, World Bank and others said in a report on Tuesday, dealing a potential blow to critics of the country's biofuels program. Environmentalists and others have long argued that the increased use of ethanol, produced from corn in the United...
Some common weight-loss drugs seem to work better than others, according to a new study in a respected medical journal.