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Recent evidence suggests e-cigarettes may cause harm to young people.
A recent study reveals babies covering their faces in wombs of mothers who smoke.
NASA discovers nitrates on Mars, providing more evidence that life once existed on the red planet.
More time needed by NASA to prepare for launch in order to send cargo to International Space Station.
The R/V Knorr located the wreckage of the Titanic and discovered tube worms thriving near hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor.
New NASA report released shows melting rate of land ice in West Antarctica has tripled in the last 10 years.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has spotted yet another bizarre geological feature in the Red Planet's Athabasca region.
NASA is hoping future asteroid mining will yield precious spaceship fuel, water and other minerals.
Three giant ground-based telescopes may shed light on the nature of dark energy and dark matter.
University of Leicester scientists determine that skeletal bones found in a parking lot in 2012 were of King Richard III.
Conservationists hope new agreements between China and New Zealand will lead to more cooperation on environmental issues affecting Antarctica.
Even when India was separated from Asia, it was home to primates similar to those in Europe at the time.
Searchers for missing plane say details revealed in newly released images of the Indian ocean seafloor could help.
NASA joins with two private companies to explore the economic feasibility of mining asteroids for materials needed for space exploration.
U.S. military and intelligence agencies to build powerful new super-computer capable of a billion billion calculations per second.
Japan's Hayabusa2 space probe will spend 18 months flying in close formation with asteroid 1999 JU3.
The 2016 Toyota Mirai will eliminate expensive gas and messy oil changes forever.
Storing and capturing carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants uses about 25 percent to 45 percent of the power produced, studies show.
The New Horizons space probe headed for Pluto will get within 6,200 miles of the dwarf planet's surface.
Scientists hope to get their first glimpse of a back hole using the refurbished ALMA telescope in Chile.
The new genetic sequencing technique called Ultra Conserved Elements is allowing scientists to resolve long-standing evolutionary mysteries.
Scientists at McGill Univ. and Carnegie Mellon Univ. warn that different social media platforms attract different demographics.
Jaunt VR's free app allows users to take part in Paul McCartney's recent Live and Let Die farewell concert.
A total of 195 nations have committed to finalizing a new climate pact by the end of 2015.
Graphene can withstand a speeding bullet 10 times better than steel and twice as well as Kevlar, a new study shows.
The UK population has swallowed up Black Friday and is pushing towards hyper-consumerism.