Hubble spies deeper, farther than ever for pictures of galaxies from 13.2 billion years ago
2 earthquake monitors installed at CenturyLink Field for earthshaking Seahawks-Saints game
Utah scientists say avalanche was largest disaster of type in modern history of North America
Motion picture academy to honor film lab employees with Oscar
Deep freeze has silver linings: raising Great Lakes levels, killing invasive bugs and more
Dr. Who knows? Researchers don't find evidence of time travel on internet, Twitter, Facebook
Misbehaving sun delays space station supply flight; complex getting 4-year extension
Debate over protecting Great Lakes from Asian carp unresolved after Army Corps' report
Md. middle school teacher charged with improperly touching female co-workers
Robots are getting a lot of attention at CES 2014 - the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
Smithsonian's Eva Pell will retire from her post as undersecretary for science in March.
Mars rover photography featured in new exhibit at Smithsonian, marking 10th year of mission
Fast-moving erosion threatens Hawaii coastal homes, but seawall might destroy iconic beach
One local organization is changing the way people buy and use energy ... one neighborhood at a time.
US Coast Guard icebreaker goes to rescue of Chinese and Russian ships trapped in Antarctica
Former Mass. lab chemist pleads guilty to stealing drugs, sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison
Eric Steiner plans to take advantage of the growing popularity of gardening to grow his composting business, and he's using free coffee grounds from Starbucks to do so.
Parents who heap lavish praise on children are likely doing a disservice, especially for youngsters with low self-esteem.
From ants to gorillas: London Zoo begins its annual census of all creatures great and small
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