Space.com - 3 hours ago
Listen Live @ 12 pm ET: NASA Science Briefing on SpaceX Cargo Launch
At 12 p.m. EDT (1600 GMT) today, Aug. 8, NASA will hold a press teleconference to discuss the science experiments launching on SpaceX's CRS-12 Dragon cargo mission on Aug.
USA Today Business - 2 hours ago
Here's how you can watch all local NFL games this year for free
Want to catch your local NFL games? Here's how to do it with just a simple HDTV antenna.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Scientists discover why bubbles zig-zag as they rise through water
New research suggests the zig-zagging motion of air bubbles rising in water can be explained by the bubbles' rotation -- its 'moment of inertia.'
United Press International - 2 hours ago
NASA taps citizen scientists to help study eclipse
Researchers at NASA are counting on the participation of thousands of citizen scientists to document next week's solar eclipse and to gather usable data.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Research reveals how neurons communicate
New research at the University of Pittsburgh suggests scientists have misunderstood the neuron communication process.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Scientists measure whales' aversion to noise pollution
A new study has offered fresh insights into how whales are impacted by noise pollution.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Scientists are recruiting Alaskans to help them track berry patches
Scientists in Alaska are using this year's berry season to engage with the public and inspire a new generation of citizen scientists.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Cosmonauts launch 3D-printed satellite from space station
Russian cosmonauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazanskiy released five mini satellites by hand, including one made almost entirely of 3D-printed materials.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
New simulation offers sneak preview of solar eclipse
A team of researchers at Predictive Science Inc. have created a computer simulation of Monday's much-anticipated total solar eclipse.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Global warming, habitat conversion curb biodiversity, encouraging uniformity
Nature is becoming homogenized, researchers at the University of California, Davis, claim in a new study.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Why whiskey tastes better with a little bit of water
A new study explains why whiskey tastes better when it is diluted with water.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Archaeologists discover ancient trade routes in Vietnam
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient trade network crisscrossing Vietnam's Mekong Delta region.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
To teach kids morals, read books with humans not animals
New research suggests parents who want their kids to pick up on a story's moral lessons should choose books featuring humans, not animals.
United Press International - 2 hours ago
Flowers use nectar as a weapon of distraction
New research has found that nectar plays a different role than previously thought -- by acting as the ultimate weapon of distraction for flowers.