Great White Shark Tagged for the First Time in Canadian Atlantic Waters
Heather Bowlby at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Halifax tagged the shark with a location tracker that will monitor its movements for nearly a year.
The Mysterious Disappearance of North America's First Dogs
When people migrated to North America some 10,000 years ago, they brought their canine companions with them.
The All-Girl Afghan Robotics Team Was Banned from Entering the US. Now It's Inspiring a Revolution
This weekend, the Afghan Dreamers won the Rookie Inspiration Award at the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Detroit.
The First Spacewalker Cheated Death And Crash-Landed In a Forest Full of Wolves
Humanity’s first spacewalk seems even crazier 52 years later.
"World’s First" Bacteria-Grown Book Combines Science and Culture
Dr. Simon Park's microorganisms have produced their own copy of 'On the Origin of Species.'
28 Hours on the Clock: ‘Unethical’ Trial May Have Put Med Students at Risk
In what one watchdog group calls a “highly unethical” trial, first-year medical residents worked 28 hours at a stretch or longer.
Deorro Gets Hungry, Goes On Rant at Tomorrowland
Where are my snacks??
This Drone Flight Over a Decaying Shipyard Will Save Ruin Porn
With unexpected cameo by a former pilot who flew drones in Afghanistan.
The Year in Hobby-Drone Crash Porn
Before looking up at all the hopes, fears, and uncertainties that 2013 may hold for civilian and hobby drones, let's remember some of those small-fry unmanned aerials that tumbled down to Earth in 2012.