New physician protections could cripple health care for LGBT people—as well as the data collection that’s been filling gaps in our medical understanding.
Bigger isn't always better—but when it comes to drones, it kind of is.
Small satellites used to be a way for scrappy startups and scientists to get orbital data on the cheap. But now they're powerful enough that the feds are taking an interest.
Eighty years ago, Guy Callendar built the first climate change model that predicted the danger of greenhouse gases. Today his successors are plotting ways to re-engineer the air.
Seeding the atmosphere with sulfur could keep temperature from rising—but once we stop, the backlash could destroy entire species.
It’s how thousands of expectant parents see their baby’s face for the first time. And one day soon, it may be how doctors cure disease.
The launch company Rocket Lab sent three small satellites to orbit during a test flight from New Zealand.
When NASA's Juno spacecraft whizzes by Jupiter's poles, it manages to snap clear photos at astounding speeds.
All you need is a battery, a magnet, and some wires to build your own quasi-fictional submarine drive.
Just what we all wanted: super secret, super long meetings that span the entire world.