According to a Gallup Poll from 1999, only 50 percent of those surveyed could even name Neil Armstrong as the first man to land on the moon.... SPACE.COM 4 weeks
Talk about a pack rat: thousands of things that Neil Armstrong saved over the course of a career that saw him become the first man to walk on the moon will be...
The Moon more... PHYS.ORG 2 weeks
In life, Neil Armstrong was not one to assign much value to memorabilia. But the items that he and his family kept from his time as a boy scout to...
The MoonEarth's Orbit more... SPACE.COM 2 weeks
A bumper sticker from Wapakoneta, Ohio, advertising the city as the hometown of the "First Man to Step on the Moon" was among the least expensive items from Neil Armstrong's collection offered...
The Neil Armstrong biopic "First Man" is a distortion of the personalities involved in the Apollo 11 mission and a less-than-convincing account of the U.S. space program of...
NASAThe Moon more... SPACE.COM 1 week
Memorabilia that belonged to the first man to set foot on the moon, Neil Armstrong, has fetched more than $7.4 million at auction.
The Moon more... PHYS.ORG 2 weeks
It's what drives every scientific expedition. Without it, Lewis and Clark would...
op ed a bright future for sls production
This month, as moviegoers flock to theaters to experience Neil Armstrong’s bold journey to the Moon, we witness some of...
AnimalsThe Moon more... SPACE NEWS 3 weeks
What do you do when you're a self-described "fierce fan" of famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson? Write a children's book about him, of course.
more... SPACE.COM 4 weeks
The American College of Cardiology will host the ACC Latin America Conference in partnership with the Peruvian Society of Cardiology in Lima, Peru, on November 16-17, 2018, bringing...
Education more... NEWS MEDICAL 1 day
David Armstrong studies a phenomenon that is ubiquitous in nature, yet only a few non-scientists know what it is.
more... PHYS.ORG 1 day
As the sons of a legendary astronaut, Matt Carpenter says he and his little brother "were blessed to grow up around some pretty interesting stuff."
Earth's Orbit more... PHYS.ORG 2 weeks
As the sons of a legendary astronaut, Matt Carpenter says he and his little brother "were blessed to grow up around some pretty interesting stuff."
Earth's Orbit more... PHYS.ORG 2 weeks
A team has used genome-wide ancient DNA data to revise Central and South American history. Their analysis of DNA from 49 individuals spanning about...
more... SCIENCE DAILY 1 week
Texas A&M University researchers have discovered what are believed to be the oldest weapons ever found in North America: ancient spear points that are 15,500 years old. The findings raise...
more... PHYS.ORG 3 weeks
Researchers have discovered what are believed to be the oldest weapons ever found in North America: ancient spear points that are 15,500 years old. The findings raise new questions about...
more... SCIENCE DAILY 3 weeks
An international team of researchers has revealed unexpected details about the peopling of Central and South America by studying the first high-quality ancient DNA...
more... PHYS.ORG 1 week
MIT Energy Initiative Director Robert Armstrong offers his perspective on the takeaways from MITEI’s annual research conference.
People genetically linked to the Clovis culture, one of the earliest continentwide cultures in North America, made it down to South America as far back as 11,000 years ago. Then...
more... LIVE SCIENCE 1 week
In Central America, Chagas disease, or American trypanosomiasis, is spread by the 'kissing bug' Triatoma dimidiata. By collecting DNA from the guts of these bugs, researchers reporting in PLOS Neglected...
more... SCIENCE DAILY 4 weeks
Nearly two thirds of Americans (65%) say antibiotic resistance is a public health problem and a strong majority (81%) say they are...
Infections more... NEWS MEDICAL 3 days
A wide ranging international study that genetically analysed the DNA of a series of famous and controversial ancient...
Ancient Egypt more... SCIENCE DAILY 1 week
Moths are a mainstay food source for bats, which use echolocation (biological sonar) to hunt their prey. Scientists such as Thomas Neil, from the University of Bristol in the U.K., are studying...
AnimalsEvolution more... PHYS.ORG 1 week
In voting, it doesn't really matter which party you register with on paper.
more... PHYS.ORG 4 weeks
Ancient pots shift the nexus of chocolatemaking from Central America to modern Ecuador
Google more... Science Magazine 3 weeks
ABC News' Robin Roberts discusses a new online survey from Parade magazine and Cleveland Clinic that reveals a new take on America's definition of what it means to be healthy.
more... ABC NEWS 4 weeks
An airport detector dog named Hardy is earning praise for sniffing out the bacon, so to speak.
AnimalsDogs more... LIVE SCIENCE 4 weeks
A 10,600-year-old mummy found in Nevada is helping scientists fill in their fuzzy picture of how humans first migrated into the Americas.
Ancient Egypt more... LIVE SCIENCE 3 days
New research studies adhesiveness in ants as a way to improve synthetic adhesives
PHYS.ORG
Amazon turtle populations recovering well thanks to local action
PHYS.ORG
As Arctic ship traffic increases, narwhals and other unique animals are at risk
PHYS.ORG
Pilot-scale plant to extract rare earth elements in heart of coal country
PHYS.ORG
An extremely large hole has been dug for the Extremely Large Telescope
PHYS.ORG
New antimatter gravity experiments begin at CERN
CERN
Virtual reality therapy has real-life benefits for some mental disorders
SCIENCE-NEWS
Hotspot discovery proves Canadian astrophysicist's black hole theory
PHYS.ORG
CRISPR opens door to new type of medicine—'genome surgery'
PHYS.ORG
These kids and young adults want their day in court on climate change
PHYS.ORG
Trending
 
Fresh