A new thermoelectric generator could bring light to one billion people who live without power...if market forces will let it.
By Nsikan Akpan
False stories are now spreading 10 times faster than real news and the problem of fake news seriously threatens our society.
By Fatemeh Torabi Asr, The Conversation
Chippy the shark’s tag, containing a full 30 days of precious information on great white shark behavior, had arrived on a beach on an island more than 2,000 miles away and 15 months after he had swallowed it.
By Vicky Stein
A new study shows the average lifetime in the charts for singles and albums has dropped dramatically since the 1990s. How did "Old Town Road" buck this trend?…
By Nsikan Akpan
Field biologist Charlotte Devitz is part of a trend: researchers expanding the boundaries of accessible science.
By Berly McCoy
Chemists have adapted emerging technology -- called nanocoils -- to dissolve microplastics and turn the pollution into food for algae.
We asked five experts with backgrounds in data security and tech law if FaceApp worries them. Their resounding answer was yes.
PBS NewsHour spoke to four researchers about what the U.S. stands to gain and lose from future crewed voyages to the moon.
Antiretroviral therapy is the standard HIV treatment, but patients are never rid of the virus. A new study raises the possibility of HIV elimination through gene-editing with CRISPR.
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