The world’s first living robots have now learned how to reproduce, scientists say

Last year, researchers made “living robots” by incubating stem cells from frog embryos. Now they’ve discovered…

November’s full moon will be the longest partial lunar eclipse in over 500 years

With a once-in-a-few-centuries partial lunar eclipse in the sky, stargazers in North America and northeast Russia…

Hubble’s Grand Tour of the Outer Solar System

From its vantage point high above Earth’s atmosphere, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has completed this year’s…

Is too much testosterone making me a grumpy old man?

What is male menopause and is it making me moody? A common misconception is that too…

The science of Dune: Here’s how we could make a real-life force field

In the sci-fi epic Dune, characters carry a portable force field that protects them from speeding projectiles.…

Here’s why ducklings swim in a row behind mom

Scientists used a mathematical model to understand why ducklings swim in a line  The sight of…

Feast Your Eyes Upon the World’s First 3D-Printed Steel Bridge

It looks whimsical, but it could be a blueprint for fixing our woeful infrastructure in the…

‘The end of coal is in sight’: Climate summit deals mark shift away from fossil fuels

GLASGOW, Scotland — Two key deals announced Thursday signal progress among some nations in making the…

To Find Life on Other Planets, NASA Rocket Team Looks to the Stars

A NASA sounding rocket will observe a nearby star to learn how starlight affects the atmospheres…

Night vision and artificial intelligence reveal secrets of spider webs

New algorithm allows scientists to document every step of Incy-Wincy’s work. Even people who aren’t fans…