Scientists are developing greener and cheaper ways to pave our way to a solar energy future.
New, food-safe superhydrophobics could make shaking the ketchup bottle a thing of the past.
Tiny swimming robots could revolutionize healthcare, traveling through the bloodstream to perform a variety of life-saving tasks.
As common as they are, thunderstorms still hold mysteries, producing radiation that science is working to understand.
Ionizing radiation from the sun tears apart water molecules to create an "electric wind" that may have stripped Venus of its oceans.