Grennan J. Milliken Titanosaur, American Museum of Natural History The titanosaur is so long that it's head reaches out the door, welcoming visitors into its hall.
Blue Origin The view from the New Shepard rocket booster as it lands on January 22, 2016 Blue Origin, the private spaceflight company founded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, made history in November when it landed its New Shepard rocket gently on the ground of the company's Texas test site.
Screenshot by author, from YouTube 6th Generation Fighter Concept If this Northrop Grumman ad is any indication, we haven’t seen the last of the piloted fighter jet.
Chameleons are masters at rapidly changing the color of their skin to camouflage themselves or communicate with others.
ASSOCIATED PRESS/Francois Mori Elon Musk giving a speech just before the Paris Climate Talks in 2015.
Tom Koerner/USFWS White-Tailed Deer Fawns Malaria parasites infect white-tailed deer in 10 states, researchers have found.
AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar Noor I The facility will use parabolic mirrors to catch the sun's rays to heat a salt solution and drive steam turbines to create power.
Associated Press When the concussion occurred? Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers moments before being laid low by Vontaze Burfict.
Earth Observatory A trash fire in Mumbai, as seen from the Landsat 8 satellite A large garbage fire in Mumbai has been burning for days.
Video of Robot makes hole-in-one on No. 16 at TPC Scottsdale Hitting a hole-in-one in golf is a feat that doesn't happen every day.
The National Archives Patent For A Robot Ride The National Archives of the United States just released a coloring book full of strange patents.
Video of Asynchronous Methods for Deep Reinforcement Learning: Labyrinth Google DeepMind thinks the best way to teach machines how to learn about the world is to place them in a virtual one, namely in video games.
SpaceX Getting closer... Private spaceflight is starting to look a lot more like a viable business. During the FAA's Commercial Space Transportation Conference earlier this week, SpaceX COO Gwynne Shotwelll said the company plans to increase its rocket production this year and the next, and move up the pace of launches.
Sommer et al./Cell Reports 2016 An illustration depicting the different microbiota of active and hibernating bears You've probably learned that bears gorge themselves before hibernating, packing on the pounds rather suddenly.
Bryan Christie Design First found in boxers and called “punch-drunk syndrome,” CTE now shows up in the brains of former NFL players too.
The world is getting pretty small these days. In the 90's, it was once posited that every movie star on Earth could be connected to Kevin Bacon within six degrees.
For 50 million Americans, allergies—often to things like pet hair, pollen, or nuts—can be simply irksome or even life threatening.