Science - Page 24

Salt sculptures fill the Dead Sea

Glittering salt mounds jut out of the blue waters like works of art.

Coral reef stays alive by playing dead

New research lays blueprint for helping humans renew lost organs.

'Stunned' scientists discover star cluster

Discovery points to a phenomenon astronomers thought hadn't been happening for billions of years.

Take a mini-tour of one of the world's largest 3D printers

MASSIVit 3D provides a sneak peek at the technology it hopes will usher in the future of 3D printing.

NASA to send HoloLens to the International Space Station

Microsoft's augmented reality goggles will virtually assist astronauts.

Why did these colorful coral reefs shock scientists?

The organisms were discovered 160 feet below the surface of the Red Sea.

New technology cuts response time to oil spills

Suitcase-sized device is mobile, lightweight and more effective at containing accidents.

Is it possible to reverse antibiotic resistance? New research says yes

By infecting bacteria with a virus, researchers at Tel Aviv University have figured out a way to make them more susceptible to antibiotics.

Why more people are going offline

In an age of constant connection, people are starting to see benefits from disconnecting.

Preserved cavemen teeth show evidence of world's first indoor BBQ

400,000-year-old tartar on teeth found to contain charcoal, plant-based foods and other surprises.

E3 ushers in a new era of virtual reality gaming

From Oculus Rift to Microsoft HoloLens, the future of gaming is leaving TV behind.

Can this earpiece help you lose weight?

We've seen fitness bracelets that count steps, but this wearable that tracks chews has our mouth ajar.

A new approach to urban planning that can save water

Scientists are developing strategies to help cities around the world find sustainable water systems.

New 'eco' concrete is tough, but soft on marine life

Brooklyn park gets sustainable makeover that protects coastline habitat.

How old is water?

Scientists discover that this molecule's origin may be more ancient than we thought.