A glitch for reprogrammed stem cells, a disease mystery solved, and a catalog of structural variations in the human genome.
Documents released today show that anti-satellite tests may have been a show of military strength.
The way water interacts with proteins explains one of the great mysteries of protein folding
A staple of insurrections since the Spanish Civil War, they helped Egyptian protesters drive tanks from Tahir square.
The trials and tribulations of a Japanese X-ray telescope on the ISS make for interesting reading
There's nothing illegal about Microsoft copying Google's search results. After all, the Web is built on aggregation.
Google's results can be accessed because Bing is snooping on IE users.
The universe is much bigger than it looks, according to a study of the latest observations.
New research tells us something about infants' theory of mind, as well as how to build robots humans instinctively recognize as sentient
Astronomers measuring the most distant light sources need to know how much light the atmosphere absorbs. The answer is an orbiting lightbulb.