Chairman Representative John Culberson had an unusual advice for the propagators of March for Science campaign.
The “March for Science” campaign aims to stand up against the shunning of scientific research and development.
Science and religion actually co-exist.
Galileo Navigation System is launched by the European Space Agency and is a veritable shot in the arm for Navigation System in Europe.
Pope Francis applauded atheist Stephen Hawking and other scientists in Vatican.
The brain's reward system is triggered by religious experiences just like drugs, love and gambling.
A team of scientists has created a silicon-carbon bond from proteins naturally. In the past, this bond has only been made by chemists in the laboratory.
An all-female expedition is set to go to Antarctica as part of a project that aims to empower women in the science field.
After 5 years of orbiting the Earth, TanDEM-X and TerraSAR-X satellites, produced a stereoscopic pictures of the planet. A new 3D image of the Earth has been completed. Mountain peaks, plateaus and even the shores of the Bahamas can now be viewed with an accuracy of one meter.
President Obama's advocacy on the journey to Mars by 2030 would be commended in the Frontiers Conference on Thursday in Pittsburgh.
See what happens when NASA astronaut Scott Kelly added color dye and antacid tablet to a floating water in space. It's just fantastic!
Remember watching the science fiction movies in which the hero puts his hand on top of a book and reads all its content. Well, that technology may become real in the next year as MIT and Georgia Institute Researchers are working on the new imaging technique.