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Study shows advances in robots that mimic a sidewinder could be used for search-and-rescue or high-risk inspections.
In doing so, they resolved a longstanding problem of how to study Alzheimer’s and search for drugs to treat it.
Study shows fecal matter may provide an alternative to hard-to-treat infection in the gut.
Cities heed warning of climate scientists as leaders invest in combating future flood waters.
Just 14 states have plans preparing for climate change effects, according to the Georgetown Climate Center in Washington.
Cave paintings found in Indonesia are comparable ini age to the earlier ones found in Europe, at least 40,000 years old.
Two Japanese scientists and a Japanese-born American win the 2014 Nobel prize for physics.
Early risers Wednesday may start to notice something odd about the moon after 4:30 a.m.
Lone program aimed at Girl Scouts, “Science with a Sparkle,” sparks social media storm against center.
Special activities are planned to mark the 75th anniversary this year of the Buhl Planetarium.
Fully understanding the genetics of height has been a big order for scientists.
Jeffrey I. Gordon, an expert on the influence of microbes in the human gut, today receives the Dickson Prize at Pitt’s Science 2014.
Scientists in 22 studies find man-made global warming having an impact on more than half of 16 extreme weather instances globally last year.
This year’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is focusing on finding a useful function from bacteria.
Bash Bug, also known as Shellshock, may pose serious threat to computers and devices such as home Internet routers.
India’s spacecraft reaches Mars orbit, first Asian nation to do so.
The selection brings the Rosetta team one step closer to being the first to land a spacecraft directly on the surface of a speeding comet.