A group of researchers has poured scorn on the idea that a comet wiped out the North American Clovis people 13,000 years ago.
The Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories has simulated 300,000 Android cellphones in order to study ways of making cellular networks more reliable and secure.
Nuclear fusion is very close to the point where the amount of energy produced by the system equals or surpasses what's been put in.
Sandia National Laboratories has built a robotic hand designed for disarming improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, that's so flexible it can even repair itself.
Using simulations, scientists believe they may have found a way to make nuclear fusion a practical proposition.
Two Sandia National Laboratories engineers - and hunters - have developed a dart-like, self-guided bullet accurate over a distance of a mile.
A long-hypothesized particle which could cool the planet by cleaning up the atmosphere has finally been discovered.
A new robot designed to search out trapped miners in the event of an accident can navigate through 18 inches of water, crawl over boulders and rubble piles, and move in ahead of rescuers to evaluate dangerous environments.
Well, it's certainly annoying when your wristwatch doesn't keep perfect time. But there's a solution - yes, the world's smallest atomic clock is now available commercially, for only $1,500.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is funding the development of a game-based tool that creates high-level models for border security.