A new kind of liquid-repelling coating sends any liquid bouncing, rolling, or wicking away.
The Navy's 'Upward Falling Payloads' could hide in the ocean depths until needed, then launch to quickly create a distributed presence across a maritime region.
The Army Corps of Engineers is nearly out of options for keeping a section of the upper Mississippi River flowing.
'Space hotel' company Bigelow lands its first major deal with NASA and a chance to prove the future of human space exploration is inflatable.
A new analysis of telescope data has reduced the odds of a potentially catastrophic asteroid impact to less than one in a million, NASA says, effectively ruling it out.
Okay, we know we're a little late on this, but that's because there was so much amazing stuff to sift through!
It would take a light-speed craft 4 billion years to get from one side of the group to the other.
A project spanning robotics, computer science, developmental psychology, and machine learning aims to figure out how one-year-olds learn to interact with the world.
With China holding the vast majority of the world's rare earths resources, the DOE is looking to diversify its sources.
Austin-based TrackingPoint shows off its new 'precision guided firearms' that allow the shooter to choose the shot before pulling the trigger.
A documentary team is using the 3-D imager to quickly digitize generations-old rock carvings before they are lost.
Based on the biology of the cockroach, VELOCIRoACH is the fastest robot of its size in the world.
The year's best microscope-assisted science photo wasn't actually a photograph at all, but a video.
After a short holiday break, Mars Rover Curiosity is on the move and looking to smash some rocks.