Since their discovery in the Indian jungle centuries ago, white tigers, a variant of Bengal tigers have left scientists wondering how they get their unique coat.
A Russian capsule filled with 45 mice and 15 newts has returned to Earth from a month-long mission in orbit with data scientists hope will pave the way for a manned flight to Mars.
Blackberry CEO, Thorsten Heins, said Sunday that tablets life span will expire in 5 years time.
A 14-year-old girl was forced to become pregnant by her adoptive mother in Britain as she she desired to have more children but couldn't have them herself or adopt, so instead forced her daughter to inseminate herself with donor sperm, according to reports.
The first genetically modified phosphorescent sheep have been born in Uruguai, scientists announced Friday (26).
Governments asking search engine giant Google to censor content online has increased over the last six months with 6,109 more requests, with democratic countries like the United States and Brazil leading the way.
The third annual White House Science Fair kick-started today.
In honor of Earth Day 2013, Google rolled out a new doodle which pictures scenic shots of a mountain and a lake that's home to a school of fish.
Orbital Science Corporation's Antares Rocket is ready for takeoff after the strong Vancouver wind force it to wait delay its launch time by about an hour.
Russian veteran cosmonauts Pavel Vinogradov and Roman Romanenko ventured outside of the International Space Station Friday, installing a space weather monitor and replacing a navigation aid before wrapping up a six-hour 38-minute excursion.
We almost take gravity for granted in our everyday life, but if you're an astronaut, you will definitely miss it. This week, commander Chris Hadfield, an astronaut aboard the International Space Station, demonstrated what happens when you get a washcloth soaking in space and then wring it out.
Congress held its third hearing earlier this week on the potential threat asteroids pose to Earth. The hearings come in the wake of the asteroid explosion over Chelyabinsk, Russia, last February, which injured about 1,500 people and left the region scrambling to repair damaged buildings.