New evidence of water in moon rock samples brought back by the Apollo mission is challenging the accepted view of how the moon formed.
New teaching software responds to pupils' emotional states and is so effective it out-performs novice human teachers.
The collapse of the Soviet Union had a powerful effect on American mathematicians, crowding them out of jobs.
Scientists say they've been able to genetically engineer silkworms to make them spin spider silk - far stronger and more elastic than normal silk.
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have developed a 'solar paint' that could be slapped on the outside of a house to help generate power for the devices inside.
It's true, apparently, that criminals - especially arsonists - often return to the scene of their crime, as do IED bomb makers in the Middle East.