Nearly three decades after nuclear disaster, wildlife is back and thriving
A look at the top 5 accounts and the most liked posts of all time in honor of Instagram's aanniversary
The company showed off a selection of new products Tuesday that take advantage of the recent Windows 10 upgrade
If fire were to reach the nuclear waste, it could sent a plume of radioactive smoke over the densely populated St. Louis metropolitan area
New York Times science columnist John Tierney argues that recycling waste is often a waste of energy
Twitter gets in on the curated content trend
SkyPan accused of operating aircraft "in a careless or reckless manner so as to endanger lives or property"
"The discovery has changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe"
Americans recycle nearly 90 million tons of trash a year, but it may not be worth the trouble
The wearable Thync wants to change your mood using electric stimulation
CEO says Thync is made for someone who wants to "conquer life" or "unwind during the day because life is stressful"
Driverless cars are moving off the drawing boards and onto the roads
Thanks to the Project Apollo Archive, you can now browse through a veritable treasure trove of original Apollo pictures
A treasure trove of original NASA images gives an unprecedented view of man's first lunar encounters
Sea level rise and worsening storms could make atolls uninhabitable in the coming decades, study says
The remains of 50 pilgrims - men, women and children - were found in shallow graves
Already affecting animals' migratory patterns and water temperatures in the Pacific, the 2015 El Niño has all the trappings of a massive climate event
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says the filmmakers did their science homework, but took a few liberties with the facts
Satellite will deliver broadband to rural parts of sub-Saharan Africa
The proposal, while still sketchy on the details, sets long-term goals for 195 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions