Science & Innovation Archive

Did crystals from ancient lakes on Mars form these tiny, weird things?

NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars found tiny, dark bumps on a Martian ridge

NASA wants your help checking its satellites — so send in your cloud pics

NASA is asking all cloud gazers to snap photos of the

Why some cancers are ‘born to be bad’

A groundbreaking study has uncovered why some patients’ cancers are more

Former French President Sarkozy placed in custody over illegal campaign funding: report

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was reportedly placed in custody Tuesday

Delayed American Airlines flight leaves passengers angry, sleeping on airport floor

An American Airlines flight to Chile had to return to Miami

Why the United States doesn’t have a national airline

For some travelers, an airline is irrelevant; flight prices and schedules

Ideas for new NASA mission can now include spacecraft powered by plutonium

NASA is giving scientists more choices for how to power their

Scolding female scientists for embracing Instagram doesn’t solve the gender gap in STEM

Yesterday, Science Magazine published an op-ed about why one woman doesn’t

California mudslides: Where and why they happen

Parts of central and Southern California could be impacted by powerful