We're stuck in a hellish tango around the constitutional validity of controlling our uteri.
The Vortex bladeless turbine uses the wind to vibrate instead of spin. That makes it cheaper, quieter, and more reliable than a bladed turbine.
New gene-editing technologies may take down antibiotic-resistant bacteria once and for all.
There's a lot of bodily moisture in the cards as parts of the U.S. get warmer, and more people choose to move to those parts of the country.
A common sneaker material doesn't play well with water and oxygen -- i.e. Earth's atmosphere.
If you're Latino and live in the Twin Cities, you burn more than a month of work time each year just getting to the office, when compared to your white counterparts.
3D printing human flesh to test cosmetics: Humane, horrifying, or both?
3D usually sounds like a gimmick, but these 3D maps of coral reefs will actually help track their health.
These NASA scientists live above Seinfeld's diner and predict the future.