They’ll remain visible before dawn from about January 20 to February 20, 2016...
Federal government wants control over "driverless car" regulations
Visitors saw an error page on the Twitter site saying, "Something is technically wrong"
Successfully growing flowers in space brings explorers one step closer to growing fresh produce on long space missions
Io is the most geologically active object in our solar system
Technologies are automating and making redundant multiple human tasks
“If you have a rocket that’s now able to land on a moving barge, it shows that your control of the vehicle is excellent"
Mission Control moved quickly, terminating the pair's planned six-hour spacewalk after four hours and 10 minutes
Astronomers ruled out a supernova explosion
Galaxy also expelling tremendously turbulent gas
Magnitude 4.8 quake rattles area, but no injuries or damage reported, energy regulator says
Superluminous supernova could be getting its energy from an unusual object called a magnetar
Rare storm making its way toward the Azores is now a hurricane in the eastern Atlantic Ocean
PCBS have a wide-ranging impact on human and animal health, from links to cancer, to suppressing the immune system and causing reproductive problems
Ironic, because Clinton is the most "fake" candidate there is
Google pushes for federal legislation on driverless cars
A theme park in Japan is planning to open a hotel run mostly by robots
"The office will issue notices of close passes and warnings of any detected potential impacts, based on credible science data"
Humanoids have been grown for several years
Database of citizens determines each person's threat level
Cosmologist’s tweet appears to confirm rumours of discovery that could ‘open a new window on the universe’
Gel could hold together electrodes that tend to crack in next-generation batteries as they charge
A radical new approach to generating human organs is to grow them inside pigs or sheep
“AI will play this role to navigate through this and help us”
First time that a Pew Research Center survey has included “almost constantly” as a response
The car in the driveway is "literally not your father's Oldsmobile"
Two thirds of the country still lacks the choice of more than one broadband provider at speeds of 25 Mbps
The office will also lead interagency and intergovernmental response efforts in case of any potential impact events
A flat and dust-mottled disk surrounding a bright galactic bulge
Kepler monitors over 150,000 distant stars
Parents say their doctors in Minnesota told them there was nothing they could do to save baby's life...
Interstellar space empire in a dense star cluster?