It may look a lot like last year's model, but the iPhone 6s has some great new features up of its sleeve.
Pluto tries to outshine Mars with its own ice water discovery, and NASA gives a brief rundown of how it's going to send humans up to the Red Planet.
Jughead #1 gives a little hope to the cynical nerds.
Doctors induce hypothermia in infants to slow brain damage. Until now, we haven't known why it works.
Current methods for detecting the antibodies that could signal HIV take a matter of hours and are very tedious. A new nanomachine, however, could bring that down to only a few minutes.
Astronauts can be affected negatively by zero gravity, losing all concept of spatiality and impairing their decision-making skills — and NASA is trying to figure out why.
Traces of DNA from a 4,500-year-old skeleton that scientists have named Mota might be the key to figuring out the history of humanoid migratory patterns — and how civilization became what it is today.
The new technique will be a boon to the study of Alzheimer's and will provide new avenues for research on other age-related illnesses.
Scientists found 3.2 billion year old rocks that contain oxygen made by bacteria. That evidence places oxygen on Earth about a billion years earlier than prior evidence.
Researchers find a genetic clue to why elephants display a significant resistance to cancer. The finding could lead to ways to better protect people against cancer, they suggest.
A fossil of a bird wing found in Spain shows anatomical similarities with modern-day birds, researchers say. The 125-million-year-old fossil suggests an ability to fly on a par with today's avian creatures, they say.
Moms and dads pushing firstborns to hit the books hard may be leading to increased cases of myopia, researchers say. Firstborn kids are 10 percent more likely to be nearsighted, they say.