A look around one of the darkest neighborhoods on Earth
Nereus becomes the third craft to explore the bottom of the Marianas Trench
The lake has been isolated and buried for 14 million years
A Chinese wind-turbine company strikes a deal to become the exclusive supplier for one of the largest U.S. wind farms
Technology may be ushering in a golden age of stalking, in which predators use GPS, cellphones and other devices to track and terrorize.
The unkillable tardigrade rears its tiny, weird-looking head.
Research suggests they can divide and estimate amounts and time
It's decision time
Its significance, though, awaits further investigation.
The poet had more than 400 plants in her collection
It could help diagnose psychiatric conditions
500 Women Scientists, and counting, are changing the face of the field
The theoretical energy ceiling for lasers is approaching
You can't watch everything, so let an analysis of physics data guide you to this summer's most competitive events
Is your idea of a bat something scary like a vampire bat or weird like a leaf-nosed bat? Meet the blossom bat. Even its name is adorable!