Don't-Miss Space & science Stories
Here's your daily dose of relativity in one time-lapse video from NASA.
Turning coffee into alcohol into booze! Why didn’t we do this sooner?
After one year on Mars, the NASA rover Curiosity is changing the way we look at our solar system -- and it may change how we look at ourselves.
Scientists at the North Carolina State University play with electricity and soft hydrogels to create tiny, organic machines that could revolutionize the medical world.
Kirobo, a talking robot that also recognizes faces, was launched Sunday on a cargo transfer vehicle and will reach the International Space Station in six days.
For your next birthday, perhaps you should ask a loved one to make a spherical Jupiter cake, compete with the planet's internal layers.
Relive Curiosity's first year on Mars with this two-minute video from NASA. It's almost like being there. Almost.
The Veebot is a new medical robot that could draw your blood with better accuracy than a human nurse. Pesky humans.
Make learning about your body parts fun(ny) with these awesome plushie internal body parts.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station used an extraterrestrial remote control system on Friday to maneuver a robot rover at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.
Electricity and brain-stimulating chemicals mix together in MIT’s extremely successful memory inception experiments on mice.
NASA's newest telescope is giving scientists their clearest pictures yet of the sun's atmosphere, and in doing so could help mitigate the potentially devastating effects an extreme solar storm could have on our power and communications networks on Earth.
Fabio di Donato's video mixes orchestra music with images of Saturn, and it makes for quite a combination.
You've got to love a video that makes science look downright badass. The trailer for the revival of the Cosmos miniseries does just that.
Forget generic photographer portraits, add a bit of space to images of your face instead!