A small bio-tech company in San Francisco called Glowing Plant is using genetic engineering to develop plants that give off their own light. Chief scientist Kyle Taylor has discovered a way to add DNA to plant cells that causes them to produce the same chemical that makes fireflies glow. KPIX's John Ramos reports.
In parts of the U.S. and elsewhere around the world, spectators got a glimpse of a total lunar eclipse
The puma-sized prehistoric beast discovered in Venezuela dined on its smaller cousins
Spectacular views of the rare "blood moon" lunar eclipse
Two Americans and a German scientist share the Nobel for pushing microscopes into the "nanodimension"
A skull was found in 1996 along the banks of the Columbia River is shedding light on ancient times
Scientific and technological advances help blur the line between prosthetic limbs and natural human movement
Did agent go too far in using woman's images, info to trick friends?
Social media company files lawsuit in federal court to publish its full "transparency report"
A new Consumer Reports study investigated foods with genetically modified organisms. They found that many products are not completely transparent in their labeling
A San Francisco company has developed a cup that can figure out what's poured into it
Two crew members have a long to-do list of repairs and improvements to make to the International Space Station
A smartphone-controlled dinosaur, synchronized cheerleaders and a ping pong-playing spider-bot are some of the inventions presented at CEATEC Japan this year
The Xenex robot is sterilizing rooms in 250 hospitals, including the Dallas hospital where an Ebola patient is now being treated
Outdoor media company had received approval from the city to place hundreds of transmitters in payphone booths
Do you want to know how many calories you drink? A new cup made by Vessyl has the ability to analyze the caloric content of liquid and send that data to your phone. KPIX's Pat Leong reports.
Latest in robotics and other technology shown off at Japan's annual CEATEC electronics trade show
American and 2 Japanese scientists awarded high honor for cooking up a new light bulb "to the benefit of us all"
A new study from AAA is raising concerns about the modern technology in our cars and examined the level of distractions drivers face using hands-free features
This first-generation device isn't letting new rivals push it aside -- instead, it's adding new features and holding the price