Piper wants to show kids how to build a computer themselves, and in the process immerse them in the basics of science, math and technology.
History-making astronaut Mae Jemison explains to CNBC why she thinks life outside of Earth is an 'absolute' likelihood.
September 8 marks the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek's" first episode. Venues are boldly going where they've never gone before.
According to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, the Cape Canaveral mishap was not an explosion, but a "fast fire."
One of his rockets blew up, and stock prices of two of his companies sank. Elon Musk was having a horrible day.
A SpaceX rocket failed on a Cape Canaveral launch pad Thursday, shaking nearby buildings and spewing smoke into the sky.
SpaceX rocket explodes on launchpad, no injuries.
The new space race should rely more heavily on private companies than government resources, moon walker Buzz Aldrin tells CNBC.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan speaks with former NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin about getting humans to Mars and the future of space exploration in the public and private sectors.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on NASA's efforts to get humans to Mars.
Bill Nye has a new talk show set to premiere on Netflix next spring called Bill Nye Saves the World, The Verge reports.
A study published this week in the journal "Science" suggests dogs can understand both the words humans speak and the way they are intoned.
Scientists debate whether 'strong signal' from outer space is evidence of alien civilization.
Russian researchers detected a strong signal from a faraway star, but some scientists are unimpressed.
Scientists are monitoring for an eruption after two quakes shook the Katla volcano on Monday.
Two strong earthquakes hit one of Iceland's largest volcanoes, and scientists are monitoring for an eruption, which would be its first in 98 years.
Researchers hope to find signs Proxima b could support life.
Derrick Pitts, Franklin Institute chief astronomer discusses the discovery of a rocky nearby planet that could be the closest possible home for life outside of this solar system.
Arctic sea ice is melting faster than models predicted, and it is already wildly, maybe permanently, changing the planet.
Hackers will have to access the actual hardware in order to intercept the information, explains Alexander Ling from NUS' Center for Quantum Technologies.