A Security Robot Falls Into a Fountain. You’re No RoboCop, Says Internet.
The K5 has a passing resemblance to R2-D2 — and a dash of Paul Blart, mall cop. Its creators took the online mockery in stride.
'Jurassic Park' was a lie: T. Rex couldn't run fast, scientists say
A brisk jog 65 million years ago would've been enough to escape the clutches of Tyrannosaurus Rex, scientists have found.
Wildfires Roar Across Southern Europe
The blaze season is in full swing along the Mediterranean coast, fed by a mixture of strong winds, dry weather and high heat.
10 year-old trips into million-year-old dinosaur fossil discovery in New Mexico
A family outing turned into a major archaeological discovery by one New Mexico 10-year-old who literally stumbled on a million-year-old dinosaur...
Sunken remains of WWII soldiers may come home
The bodies of three soldiers who were never recovered from a sunken WWII aircraft may finally get their homecoming.
NASA unveils new maps of Pluto, Moon Charon for flyby anniversary
On the two-year anniversary of the New Horizons probe's flyby of Pluto, mission scientists unveiled two detailed global maps of the dwarf planet...
Astronomers discover exoplanet where a year lasts four-and-a-half hours
The Earth-sized exoplanet is in a high-speed orbit around its star.
DARPA trying to launch smallsat experiment on an Indian rocket
Citing delays with its original launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is trying to launch an...
ScienceTake: Ants, Dutiful Escape Artists, Build Towers in Constant Flux
Using their own bodies, fire ants build architectural towers to escape floods — and laboratories — that have a sound architectural structure.
27 Contact Lenses Are Found in Woman’s Eye, Doctors Report
A medical team in Britain decided to publicize the case to raise awareness about safe contact lens use.
Take a Number: How a Warming Climate Will Trouble Air Travel
Rising temperatures will force airlines to delay flights more often and reduce the number of passengers per plane. And it’s already happening.
Planet Nine? 'Extreme' objects hint at more evidence of possible unseen world
A new salvo has been fired in the back-and-forth debate about the existence of Planet Nine.