Florida state attorneys have decided not to file felony charges against a 16-year-old whose science experiment was actually not boring.
Scientists accidentally discover a new way to isolate gold that is much safer than existing processes, which use toxic cyanide.
The glove, still in its prototype stage, could prevent serious injuries in workers who handle toxic materials.
We shouldn't punish students who are trying to understand how their world works.
Drug researchers go along on a stochastic voyage.
One of agriculture's most dangerous substances, anhydrous ammonia requires several precautions to handle.
Before becoming Britain's first (and only) female prime minister, Thatcher graduated from Oxford with a chemistry degree.
A brief history of the foundation of life, distilled to its foundation.
Inventors: do this to gadget chargers immediately.
A new kind of liquid-repelling coating sends any liquid bouncing, rolling, or wicking away.
The Justice Department is reviewing thousands of FBI cases for flawed forensic work that could've contributed to the conviction of innocent people. Even worse: This might be bigger than the FBI.
A one-atom-wide probe scans a molecule to get the view.
A forensic chemist at a Massachusetts crime lab was arrested for tampering with drug evidence recently. A bad egg or the product of perverse incentives?
You've been slacking since 1901, Paris.
"One for the history books," says Curiosity's chief investigator