Genetics pioneer Jennifer Doudna has launched the first commercial Crispr platform for detecting disease-causing DNA.
Advocates say attacks on science and deregulation would continue under the agency's number two.
The 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan triggered a devastating catastrophe in one of the country’s largest nuclear power plants. The cleanup will take decades, and it’s no job for humans.
Benefits of robots: 1. They never get tired. 2. They can lift very heavy things. 3. They can walk through (controlled) conflagrations at the University of Michigan.
Is this normal physics, some type of optical illusion, or just plain magic?
When one of the first online science journals went under, its papers all disappeared. Enter: Portico, the Wayback Machine for scholarly publications.
Marble wants to make these things proficient enough to find their own way around the people and the buskers and the intersections.
The ride-hailing company announced last week that it plans to become one of the largest voluntary purchasers of carbon offsets in the world.
Get ready for more dramatic shifts between severe drought and record-breaking rainfall.
Scientists reach a milestone in establishing a captive coral population that could reproduce year after year, allowing researchers to perform crucial studies.