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Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the Moon, is evacuated from the South Pole after falling ill.
Europe's research ministers negotiate over funding for the space station and a rover that would land on Mars to search for life.
The former astronaut and second man to walk on the moon was flown to a New Zealand hospital and was in “good spirits,” a tour operator said.
The Russian space agency confirms the loss of an unmanned cargo ship heading for the International Space Station.
Global food policy needs to shift way from focusing on feeding people enough calories to nourishing people, say leading food experts.
Analysis of black organic fragments found in the Sutton Hoo boat burial reveals they are bitumen from Syria.
An Australian government report to Unesco says the risks are well-managed, but it also paints a grim picture of the scale of protecting the area.
Proposals by the Trump administration to roll back US environmental regulations are likely to foment opposition, say analysts.
Dr. Gao Yaojie, who has tied the epidemic to an unsanitary network of blood sales, discussed what she considers the still-untold truth about AIDS in China.
For all the virtuosic craftsmanship on display in these YouTube videos, the real draw may be the absorbing peace of watching a man go about his work.
The vice president-elect has denied that he supports discredited methods meant to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.
Two studies used psilocybin to see if the drug could reduce depression and anxiety in cancer patients. The results were striking.
Europe’s research ministers are meeting to decide whether to try to land a robot rover on Mars.
The first woman to head the Yale physics department — she specializes in the study of black holes — has continued to combat gender inequities in science.
The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach, but users still get the sweet taste.
The bones of the famous fossil were pretty thick, suggesting she had a ratio of strength between her arms and legs more like a chimp than a human.
“¡Cuba!,” an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, tries to deliver the country whole — its history, culture, politics and natural environment.
A proposed private space mission is planning to visit Apollo 17's landing site on the Moon.
The President of the UK's Royal Society warns that onerous restrictions on immigration of scientists would spell "disaster" for the UK economy
A warming world will release vast amounts of soil carbon into the atmosphere, which in turn risks triggering dangerous climate change, scientists warn.