The American Academy of Pediatrics, recognizing the realities of life, has released new recommendations on childrens’ media use.
Penn State University study reveals negatives and positives of viewing selfies on social media.
The healthy pups that resulted from these sci-fi pregnancies provide hope that similar techniques might one day aid human reproduction.
It was the first flight of Orbital ATK’s unmanned Antares rocket since the Oct. 28, 2014, blast that wrecked the pad.
Eric Dorfman, of the natural history museum, heads an international committee focused on misconduct involving animals and specimens.
The talks on hydrofluorocarbons were called the first test of global will since the historic Paris Agreement to cut carbon emissions.
National Science Foundation grant to help Carnegie Museum of Natural History put more reptiles and amphibians before the public.
The president was the most prominent person at a White House Frontiers Conference filled with prominent people.
The invitation-only audience at the White House Frontiers Conference was treated to sessions of challenging topics of the future.
Artificial intelligence and medical technology headlined the morning of the Frontiers Conference.
“Extreme Weather” explores climate science.
The funding is aimed at “pushing the boundaries of innovation,” which will be showcased at the Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh today.
A ceremony to dedicate The Aquaponics Project will be held at 11 a.m. today near the Gateway T station.
Humans landing on Mars and safely returning by 2030 represents one of many ideas to be discussed Thursday at the Frontiers Conference.
On Dec. 1, Nancy E. Davidson will become executive director of the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium in Seattle.
The conference is a one-day gathering of big minds talking about the future of great ideas.
Woman had two mild rejection episodes in the months after the surgery, but doses of steroids helped them pass.
Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Scottish-born Fraser Stoddart and Dutch scientist Bernard “Ben” Feringa were honored.
And the limit — likely 115 years — is seen as hard to extend without some sort of breakthrough that fixes all age-related problems.
The laureates share the $930,000 prize for the “design and synthesis” of molecular machines with controllable movements.
Their work called on an abstract mathematical field called topology, which presents a particular way to describe some properties of matter.
The trio were cited for their "theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter."
Vaccines developed by Pitt’s School of Medicine prevented Zika virus infections in the pups of immunize mice.
"Ohsumi's discoveries led to a new paradigm in our understanding of how the cell recycles its content," the Nobel Assembly said.
The alarm started in July, when an outbreak of the bacteria killed a 12-year-old nomadic boy and sickened nearly 100 people.
Pitt professor develops micro-swimming device that could lead to medical applications in the bloodstream throughout the body.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life.
Named Morphy, the corpse flower began opening Friday afternoon at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H..
The passages offer the first physical evidence that the version of the Hebrew Bible used today goes back 2,000 years.