3-D printed electronics which fold themselves.
The ancient city of Hasankeyf in eastern Turkey faces destruction from a controversial dam.
New bat species finally gets a name. Its nickname was Yoda bat.
New find suggests that the Vikings were selling cod to Europeans much earlier than expected.
Lemmy Kilmister, founder of Motorhead and an inspiration for many in the heavy metal world, now has an ancient animal named for him.
Turkish police seize Jesus Christ tapestry from smugglers.
Here is a map of wind power in the United States.
Mentor shipwreck near Kythera discovered.
Haemophilus influenza builds their biofilm through a unique means.
Bacteria responsible for parchment degradation.
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