Naveen Jain, Moon Express chairman talks about setting his sights on a moon landing this year.
Talk about a reality check: The entire universe could be a "vast and complex hologram," USAToday reports.
The chief engineer of the mission to Mars offers his top two tips for young people.
The ban on immigrants from countries "compromised by terrorism" is preventing scientists from traveling for work or visiting family.
The founder of a dietary company is on a mission to create an owner's manual for your body, and explains to CNBC how he intends to do it.
SpaceX is hosting a hyperloop competition on a test track this weekend, as part of an effort to accelerate the development of Elon Musk's vision.
A team of scientists say they have successfully turned hydrogen into a metal, potentially confirming a prediction made 80 years ago.
The experiments are controversial, but not the first in part human, part-animal science, NBC News reports.
Rogue Twitter feeds voicing employee concerns at more than a dozen U.S. government agencies have been launched.
Tesla alleges Sterling Anderson took company information about Autopilot and recruited fellow employees.
A community angered by Trump administration moves around climate change is organizing a march for science.
Elon Musk has a few more words on why he thinks oil executive Rex Tillerson could push for a carbon tax and would serve U.S. interests well.
National Parks rangers appear to be taking swipes at Trump on Twitter over climate change and other issues.
Elon Musk says he really does plan to dig a tunnel to avoid LA traffic, and that he plans to start digging next month.
Donald Trump's administration has instructed the Environmental Protection Agency to remove the climate change page from its website.
Alex Gunz, fund manager at Heptagon-Capital, discusses the top trends for investors to look out for in 2017.
Thomas Abraham-James, CEO of Helium One, discusses the global helium market as well as new applications of the resource.
The employees were notified by EPA officials on Tuesday that the administration had instructed EPA's communications team to remove the website's climate change page, which contains links to scientific global warming research, as well as detailed data on emissions. "If the website goes dark, years of work we have done on climate change will disappear," one of the...
Accurate crowd measurements can be more revealing than poll or election results, Curbed reports.
A study found that government figures may have greatly overestimated radiation exposure among people near Fukushima.