Psychological and brain development extends years beyond the end of puberty, new research shows.
Ramin Skibba, Contributor
Optical tweezers developed by a new Nobel laureate could potentially be used on slightly larger objects, but not spacecraft.
Numerous bits of orbiting debris threaten spacecraft, so two teams propose tracking them with unique license plate-like transponders.
Signal hints at possible interactions between ordinary hydrogen and dark matter in the early universe, but some scientists remain skeptical.
The giant black hole is one of the biggest ever observed from this far back in time.
Anything that has mass and moves can give off gravitational waves, but for familiar items they are extremely tiny.
In annual speed test, international teams must negotiate the complexities of aerodynamics and airflow.
New programs highlight coral bleaching, a process driven by climate change, which could destroy most coral ecosystems by 2050.
Detecting signs of life on planets beyond the solar system turns out to be more complicated than previously thought.
A team of scientists develop a model that describes the accelerating expansion of the universe without the need for mysterious dark energy.
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