Animals They don't like getting wet Endurance, they name is the great frigatebird.
Health Drawing on the computing power of the public to crunch numbers faster By connecting personal computers around the globe, the World Community Grid hopes to form a network dedicated to number-crunching Zika research.
Health Ready for bubble-propelled blastoff Researchers at the University of Sheffield have developed a 3D printed micro rocket made of silk and propelled by enzymes.
Cars The first such incident involving a commercial semi-autonomous car First Known Tesla Autopilot Death Spurs Federal Investigation…
Technology Helping inmates connect A Business Insider story looked at one woman who has made a job of running Facebook pages for incarcerated individuals, sharing things from the prohibited social network…
Animals Gaining an evolutionary advantage Bonobos are way ahead of humans when it comes to “girl power.”…
Military Anticipating where levees will break Fancy sandbox.
Animals Named after Nobel Prize Winning-author Gabriel García Marquez A new species of tarantula has been discovered in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria mountain range in Colombia.
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Animals Sort of a cat nap. But with a shark. You often hear that sharks don't sleep. It's a legend based on facts, and it has the added benefit of making the world's favorite summertime horror villain into a…
Space A fiery, beautiful end What goes up must come down in a fiery blaze of glory.
Health Are raw cookies worth diarrhea and cramps? FDA says no The FDA announced that raw cookie dough, even if it doesn't contain eggs, is dangerous to your health.
Environment U.S., Canada, and Mexico agree on terms to mitigate climate change Renewables, nuclear and carbon capture and storage technology will be on the table to help North Americans meet their goal of 50 percent clean, emissions-free energy by…
Animals Pup-ular Science The pup was born on June 26, 2016.
Space Using Hubble's ultraviolet capabilities, the light show comes to life Huge, endless auroras caps Jupiter's poles, now brought to better light by Hubble's latest image.
Military The future, passed away Future shock author dead.
Entertainment But she's not necessarily telling John Snow's secret may be out, but for those unlucky few people still dodging spoilers, at least one person isn't giving up all the details.
Space Making sure the capsule performs well under pressure The pressure vessel has to be vigorously tested on a brand new spacecraft like SpaceX's Crew Dragon.
Animals It's jam-packed with little biting teeth! Aww! Scientists have captured the first-ever shark sonogram, and gosh is it cute.