"And they called it puppy love."
Today's Science Stories
A successful supply trip could have big implications for future space travel.
Sniffing out cancer.
The future is closer than you think.
We need to act now, before we're all bowing down to robot overlords.
NASA's footage will make you want to go into space more than ever.
In other words, much safer than most legal substances.
No, this is not the work of Dr. Frankenstein.
"Our new battery won't catch fire, even if you drill through it."
Terminator 2's T-1000 could be coming for you.
We're not alone.
This would revolutionize what it means to construct things in space.
The goal is to know: Where does dark matter come from, anyway?
These could grow enough food for the entire world in a space one third the size of Hawaii.
Yes, it's actually called exploding head syndrome.
Will this finally dethrone Axe body spray?
A grand experiment, or a scary ethical question?
It's like Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" — painted on a battering ram.
The space ship of your sci-fi dreams may become a reality.
Get ready to eat the greatest chocolate ever.
A crucial next step on our way to Mars.
In case you needed any more evidence of the dangers of smoking.
Get ready to become a sci-fi night hunter.
Another reason not to feel guilty for catching a few winks.