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The space-collectibles sale includes a strap with moon dust, a spacesuit and a Gemini 4 checklist for the first U.S. space walk.
Friday’s study raises tantalizing questions about the microbial diversity of our ancestors.
They contain enough frozen water to blanket the planet with a 3.6-foot thick layer of ice, scientists say.
The research found nearly equal success between physical therapy and decompression surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis.
The particle accelerator is embarking on a new mission that scientists hope could give them a look into the unseen dark universe.
White-nose syndrome has decimated the northern long-eared bat, which was listed as “threatened” by a federal agency last week.
Lincoln Wolfenstein, a theoretical particle physicist who taught at Carnegie Mellon University for more than 50 years, died March 27.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday offered a plan to cut greenhouse gases in the nation by about one-third in the next 10 years.
Basketball coach Patrick Chambers is working with PSU biologist Gong Chen, whose research focuses on restoring brain cells and function.
Experts are not sure what the Hays eagles will do, now that they have no eggs to look after.
Pittsburgh breakthroughs are highlighted in “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” which will air today through Wednesday on WQED-TV.
Physicist continues to work every day to build a time machine.
Longer nursing home stays are costing insurers money and affecting their profits.
Scientists are interested in seeing how the human body fares during longer stays in space, in anticipation ofr multi-year missions to Mars.
Late Friday the Western Pennsylvania Audubon Society confirmed that the second of two eggs laid a month ago was no longer viable.
It has been more than 40 years since the Apollo astronauts flew to the moon and brought back 842 pounds of lunar samples.
The model focuses on getting students enthused about science, technology, engineering and math — skills they’ll need for tomorrow’s jobs.