After attending a summer bonfire turned wrong, Pennsylvania state police officer Matt Uram was left with second degree burns across his face and arms.
A team at Vanderbilt University has found a way of using graphene to create windshields that don't need wipers.
CERN scientists have decided that the Large Hadron Collider is performing so well that they won't close it down for improvements as planned.
An astonishing new painkiller has been developed at Stony Brook University. It boasts no side effects or addictive qualities and could be ready for consumption within a year or two.
Being touted as the world's largest cube puzzle, this behemoth is just about the most mind-bendingly challenging thing we've ever seen.
Princeton University engineers have developed a new laser sensing technology that could allow soldiers to detect hidden bombs from a distance.
High school biology teachers need more training to, um, help them understand and thus believe in basic tenets of biology.
A Colorado State University biologist has created a species of "plant sentinels" capable of detecting explosives and other environmental contaminants.
A British engineer is now walking around with a life-saving heart implant - that he designed and built himself.
The US risks falling behind in science, warns Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, unless science teaching is improved.
Defense heavyweight Lockheed Martin has opened an advanced technology and virtual simulation facility in Colorado.
MIT scientists have discovered a new cloaking technology that can hide an object as large as a peppercorn.
University of Vermont roboticist Josh Bongard has created robots that change their body forms while learning how to walk - like tadpoles becoming frogs.
If you thought training your dog was hard, researchers at Auburn University may be able to help. And by help, I mean turn your puppy into a super dog willing to take on the riskiest of tasks, sniff for bombs, and generally help save the world.
After a lonnngggg night of drinking, it seems like everyone has their own hangover cure. Some vow to never drink again, whereas others take a more homeopathic approach.
Researchers from Northwestern University and the University of Illinois have created the first curvilinear camera, much like the human eye - but with a zoom capability.
Researchers say they've been able to control the brains and muscles of small organisms such as worms, controlling them like tiny robots.
California has a good chance of experiencing the sort of 'super-storm' usually seen only in disaster movies, according to the US Geological Survey.
New research suggests tree growth rings could reveal clues to the rise and fall of ancient European civilizations, including Rome.
Quantum applications, such as cryptography and computation, often leverage the benefits of entangled photon particles.