Saturday, November 29, 2014
Not many people can claim to have shattered a major American record at 13 years, 10 months and 27 days.
DNA molecules attached to the outside of a rocket may be able survive a trip to suborbital space and back into the Earth's atmosphere at extremely high temperatures, according to a study Wednesday.
A plan to open what would be the only museum in the U.S. centered on the trans-Atlantic slave trade would focus on the Episcopal Church's role in its history and the sometimes-buried legacy of slavery in northern states.
Politically sidelined since a 2009 U.N. summit almost ended in a bustup, climate change has resurfaced as a priority but faces a brutal test at talks opening in Lima on Monday.
With temperatures rising faster in the Alps than the rest of the world, alpine countries are working together to adapt to climate change and hope to set an example.
A limestone statuette of a shapely woman some 23,000 years old has been discovered in northern France in what archaeologists Thursday described as an “exceptional” find.
Friday, November 28, 2014
The number of accounts on Taiwan's 4G mobile networks stood at 2.1 million as of the end of October, just five months since the mobile broadband standard was launched locally in late May, the National Communications Commission (NCC) said.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
The United Nations on Tuesday adopted a resolution on protecting digital privacy that for the first time urged governments to offer redress to citizens targeted by mass surveillance.
The first 3D printer in space has popped out its first creation.
The 1962 Nobel Prize James Watson won for his role in the discovery of the structure of DNA is going on the auction block.