NASA has put the word out to scientists, engineers, stargazers and dreamers in the U.S. and around the world -- the agency needs help capturing an asteroid and moving it into the moon's orbit so that it can be studied as part of efforts to protect the Earth from dangerous space rocks.
A Chinese university has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost doubling the speed of the U.S. machine that previously claimed the top spot and underlining China's rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
The best advice for visitors to Britain -- pack an umbrella -- is more vital than ever. Weather scientists said Tuesday that a country that has been unusually soggy in recent years is not likely to dry out soon, and a warm Atlantic Ocean may be to blame.
After winning a global robot competition earlier this year, students at a Toronto school for Grades 3 to 12 have decided to put their tech talents to a new use: developing accessible games for kids with special needs.
A small-town Ohio police chief is taking alleged criminals to task by shaming them on Facebook. His humour, sarcasm and blunt opinion fueled a tenfold increase in the Facebook page's likes in the past year, bringing the total to more than four times the 10,300 residents the department serves.
International marine researchers are getting a glimpse beneath the world's oceans using a surfboard-inspired, unmanned 'wave glider' device that collects data about the creatures living beneath the waves.