Endangered animals may get some protection thanks to new apps developed at the second annual Zoohackathon, co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Los Angeles and other U.S. cities are covering their asphalt roads with a coating that prevents the blacktop from absorbing and radiating the sun's heat.
The New Horizons spacecraft approaches Pluto, offering humans their first close-up view of a solar system outpost, after a 10-year journey.
A Cornell University team aims to place a satellite powered by water into orbit around the moon in just over a year. Water could fuel space exploration.
After the 7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal, the United States sent two of NASA's FINDER prototypes for use in search and rescue efforts. They rescued four men.
President Obama makes it cool to be a nerd, whether spending time with students at the White House Science Fair or learning from biomedical scientists.
Since 2011, Twitter has been the official means of communication between Spanish mayor José Antonio Rodríguez Salas and the townspeople.
A 6-foot, 300-pound humanoid robot named Val may make some of the first footprints on Mars, with a little help from university students.
Two NASA WB-57 jets will streak into the darkness of a total solar eclipse in an attempt to unravel mysteries of the sun and the planet Mercury.