What it would take for the United States to rely only on renewable energy sources.
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How the slimy mucus of a hagfish might be strong enough to make into parachutes.
A planet 40 light years from Earth might be covered in diamond.
Under the microscope, flu viruses take on shapes of their own.
In early January, thousands of protesters in Albany, New York pressured Governor Cuomo to ban hydraulic fracturing—a.k.a., “fracking”—in New York State.
The average temperature in 2012 exceeded the recorded average, making it one of the hottest years on record.
The discovery of a supermassive black hole
The Arenal Volcano has had peculiar eruptions over the years.
Find out more about the science behind Hurricane Sandy.