Engineers at Columbia University developed a system that can simultaneously produce and heat food with precision.
The trailer for the film Moonfall shows our satellite getting too close for comfort. Here are the physics of what it would take to push the moon out of orbit
Local evidence of the cataclysm has literally washed away over the years. But Oregon’s Douglas firs may have recorded clues deep in their tree rings.
As the agency develops plans for exploring the moon and Mars, it’s seeking cutting-edge research that could turn science fiction into reality.
An alarming new study finds that infant feces contain 10 times more polyethylene terephthalate (aka polyester) than an adult’s.
The question has plagued scientists for centuries. A new study offers some answers.
For her new book, Devi Lockwood traveled around the world gathering stories of how people are being directly affected by a warming planet.
The goo that grows in soaked buildings can cause infections and allergies—an issue that’s understudied even as climate change leads to more frequent deluges.
The concept of a dimension seems simple enough, but mathematicians struggled for centuries to precisely define and understand it.
The first all-civilian, all-private spaceflight splashed down off the coast of Florida.