Published April 23, 2013
A new app for tablets and smartphones will soon transport you to actual dig sites and ancient civilizations around the world, from China to Egypt to Peru, without getting you down into the mud, muck and malaria that often characterizes an archeological site.
Published March 17, 2013
From curing blindness to building safer bridges to specialized 3-D that can save lives, American innovators are taking on science’s biggest challenges.
Published February 27, 2013
Experts excited by technological breakthrough.
Published February 20, 2013
Researchers have discovered a stunning new process that takes the energy from coal without burning it -- and removes virtually all of the pollution.
Published January 14, 2013
Scientists predict massive solar flares may disable wireless networks, car electronic systems and more this year.
Published December 11, 2012
An ancient Mayan prophecy suggests that December 21, 2012 is “doomsday,” leading survivalists to hoard candles, bottled water, and canned food. It sounds like a sci-if thriller ... but it's not.
Published November 21, 2012
A mysterious molecule that turns people into modern-day Rip Van Winkles has been discovered in the brain, and it may be responsible for a rare disorder that has some sleeping more than 70 hours a week.
Published October 02, 2012
The most spectacular archaeological find of the 21st century -- billions in gold and jewels uncovered in the secret sanctums of a centuries-old Indian shrine -- will shortly be revealed to the public.
Published August 13, 2012
Drones aren’t just being used by the CIA to track terrorists in Yemen. Archeologists from Vanderbilt University are now using the sophisticated flying drones to map archaeological sites in the Andes Mountains of Peru from the skies.
Published July 12, 2012
Fossilized human feces and other evidence from a West Coast cave demonstrates the existence of a long-lost, 13,500-year-old American culture, scientists said Thursday.