Tech company, SaiTech Inc. received a multi-million contract to provide space agency NASA with IT services.
Travelling in and out of Anchorage has been limited due to a volcanic eruption that spewed an ash cloud over the city.
A group of Cape Town pupils can now build their own solar-powered cellphone chargers.
Black and white rhinos could be saved from extinction as talks are underway to protect Africa's most endangered species.
NASA Inspector General revealed in a report that the Orion spacecraft software is experiencing startup difficulties.
The Australian government must submit a report to UNESCO entailing its strategy on protecting the Great Barrier Reef.
The relics bureau of Qufu City has completed restoration of 100 tablets bearing writings by Chinese philosopher Confucius.
A Chinese scientist challenges NASA to fund the Dark Matter Particle Explorer so it can collect more accurate data.
Ever wondered why upon standing up, a sudden feeling of dizziness overwhelms you? Here's why this occurs.
In order to receive an organ transplant, you and the donor must be an exact match, but that may no longer be a factor.
Scientists have produced a new vaccine for Dengue fever that's proving to be potent against fever-carrying mosquitoes.
A flock of pigeons, armed with pollution-detecting backpacks, are monitoring London skies for signs of nitrogen dioxide.
Usually hot and barren, Death Valley in California had a rare sighting of wildflowers.
During NASA's Apollo 12 mission, a microbial life form was found on a probe that's been on the moon for two years.
An American photographer captured the impending arrival of spring in the Midwest in a series of blooming photographs.