Could honeybees save Europe from land mines? Croatian scientists think so
Wildlife officials are investigating an online video that shows a man jumping on two manatees.
Witnesses in Maryland and region report seeing bright light of a meteoric fireball
Solar plane leaves Phoenix on 2nd leg of US trip intended to boost interest in clean energy
Incorporating scientific methods and processes into young people's daily lives can be as easy as collecting rocks or playing in sand. But teaching kids about science shouldn't be taken so lightly -- it's as important as teaching them the alphabet.
Mice and lizards return from a month in space aboard an orbiting Russian capsule
Silicon Valley-area city becomes factory town again, with help of high-tech manufacturing
Forget the fire ant. It's time to worry about "crazy ants," according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.
FBI says no arrests in Wash. ricin letter case, but releases few details on investigation
An 18-year-old has developed a tiny device that fits inside cellphone batteries and charges a phone in 20 to 30 seconds.
A new patent filed by Colgate-Palmolive aims to make this hygienic step pack more punch by offering caffeine, pain relief or appetite suppressants.
Caribbean political, business leaders meet on Branson's private island to discuss conservation
Correction: Space Station-Star Trek story
NASA: New pump vanquishes space station ammonia "gusher," jury still out on little leak
Contrary to popular belief (and fear), cellphones may not cause brain cancer.
In order to understand your mate, you must first understand his or her brain.
Prosecutors won't press charges against Fla. teen arrested after chemical explosion at school
Penny-sized camera at University of Illinois offers view of how bugs see the world
Future of planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft uncertain after malfunction; NASA trying to fix