Scientists predict summer 'dead zones': Larger in Gulf, smaller than usual in Chesapeake Bay
Chinese astronauts twirl gyroscopes, strike kung fu poses in students' lecture from space
Airborne laser spots ancient city complex of roads, canals hidden under dense Cambodian forest
Nobel Prize-winning physics professor from Cornell, Ohio State dies at age 77 in Maine
Scientists from around the world meet in South Dakota to discuss new photo-taking satellite
NASA picks 8 new astronauts, 4 of them women, including 1st female fighter pilot in years
Energy chief: Flying across US in high-tech solar plane to boost cleaner energy use on ground
W&L archaeologists unearth thousands of early 19th-century artifacts at construction site
Crews: Wooden beam not attached to other structure but still may be part of 17th century ship
Teams from the Naval Academy and colleges across the country have built science experiments that will be loaded into a rocket and launched from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility.
Study: Vaccine against sexually transmitted HPV cut infections in teen girls by half
As more patients get lab-grown body parts, scientists face challenge of making complex organs
World Food Prize goes to 3 biotech researchers who made genetically modified plants possible
Sleep affects your health more than you may realize.
Losing fight vs. climate change, locales around the world find ways to live with it
Scientists plan 5-week move of 15-ton magnet from national lab in suburban NY to Chicago
AP IMPACT: Bite marks, long accepted as criminal evidence, face doubts about reliability
A list of men wrongly convicted or arrested based on bite-mark evidence
Adapting to _ not just fighting _ climate change is taking the heat out of global warming talk
Thirty years ago, Sally Ride shattered a glass ceiling high above the Earth as she became the first American woman to fly into space.