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By: Michael Sheetz
It happened again: SpaceX launched a rocket from the coast of California at dusk on Sunday, and the atmospheric conditions created a stunning visual display. » Read More
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Scientists at MIT are developing brains-on-a-chip for neuromorphic computing. It would allow processing facts, patterns and learning at lightning speed and could fast-forward the development of humanoids and autonomous driving technology. » Read More
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says preventing global temperatures from rising by 1.5 degrees Celsius will require a "rapid and far-reaching" energy, transportation and industry transition. » Read More
A chemistry professor breaks down why barista-made coffee always tastes better than yours in The Conversation.
U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan said the court is required to determine whether the enforcement action is "fair and reasonable, with the additional requirement that the public interest not be disserved."
A rare fruit could wind up in U.S. stores in the near future after scientists spliced its DNA to make it heartier and more efficient. It's called the groundcherry, and its success could lead to the modification of more rare fruits and vegetables. USAToday reports.
A new study found that artificial sweeteners commonly found in low-sugar foods can harm the gut microbial system. US News & World Report has the story.
At the very edge of our solar system, scientists have discovered a new object, billions of miles beyond Pluto. The object's orbit paves the way for an even-farther-out "Super-Earth" which could be lurking out there, USA Today reports.
More and more investors are betting the fish on your plate will one day come from stem cells grown in bioreactors, instead of the ocean.
Start-ups are working to make "clean" meats like kosher bacon ready as early as next year, the New York Times reports.
Former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden explained that the Trump Administration why sending humans back to the moon is important.
The US has spent $9 billion repairing its beaches in the wake of hurricanes like Florence. It does restore the beaches and help tourism but the cost is much bigger than $9 billion, ProPublica reports.
Some people say Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh shouldn't be held accountable for things he did as a teen because, you know, "boys will be boys!" A women's studies scholar explains in The Conversation how that whole free-pass thing started.
The two companies had been working together on a cancer drug since 2014.
Darktrace, founded in 2013, uses artificial intelligence and machine-learning technology to detect and counter cyber threats.
A retired mathematician who has won several awards including the Fields Medal in 1966, claims to have solved a math problem dating back to 1859, potentially worth $1 million, USA Today reports.
Scientists have killed a whole population of malaria-carrying mosquitoes in their lab by using modified genes that make the killer insects infertile, USA Today reports.
Aggressive green crabs from Canada, known as the "cockroaches of the sea" for their ability to survive tough conditions, are invading Maine's coast, the New York Times reports.
The auto industry has a choice to make: Which language will cars speak when they talk to one another?The New York Times reports.