From the rebooting of a giant particle smasher to the launch of major ocean explorations, 2015 promises to be an exciting year for science.
Mice are everywhere! No, not in your house -- in research! They're so ubiquitous in laboratories that it seems like everything is tested on them first, in advance of human subjects. "Why mice?" you wonder. Trace has the answer.
NASA food scientists are developing a food bar to replace a typical 700- to 800-calorie meal astronauts eat for breakfast.
A new technique could help scientists better understand processes in the body.
A study indicates that we may be maxing out on men's facial hair. Continue reading →
The move is a huge blow to what was touted as a game-changing discovery.
The Polar Star, America's only active polar icebreaker, has been dispatched to Commonwealth Bay Antarctica to free a Russian ship stuck in the ice. How do these huge ships work?
Using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE), astronomers have detected two ancient "failed stars" that are likely 10 billion years old. Continue reading →
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