The component images for the self-portrait were taken in late January, while Curiosity was at a drilling site called "Mojave 2."
The first version of the telescopic contact lens - which magnifies 2.8 times - was announced in 2013.
Recent techniques have helped those with Swyer’s Syndrome, in which a woman is genetically male but has female characteristics, give birth.
Jambeck forecasts that the cumulative impact to the oceans will equal 155 million metric tonnes by 2025.
The result has been more electric vehicles in California.
Neutrinos are everywhere. But that’s just what makes them difficult to detect.
‘Gas physics’ might explain the low pressure found in some balls used for the AFC championship game.
The series of images of Ceres were taken on February 4, from a distance of about 145,000 kilometres.
They conclude that many of those gullies were formed by meltwater from icy deposits.
Probes would last an estimated 15 minutes, according to planetary scientists writing in International Journal Space Science and Engineering.
There are at least two types of neurons in the SFO, including ones that drive thirst and others that suppress it.
The writer is with CNRS, Sciences Po, Paris, and visiting scholar at the sociology department, Pune University.
The experiment was carried out by a team from the University of Glasgow's Optics Group.
A material discovered by ETH Zurich researchers led by Dr Semih Afyon and Reinhard Nesper may have the potential to double battery capacity.
The Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment, among others, has helped CERN become a leader in particle physics.
NASA’s Kepler mission has discovered more than 1,000 planets and some are quite Earth-like.
Five scientists look at the science we missed at the Indian Science Congress.
VolcanoBot 1 was tasked with mapping the pathways of magma from May 5 to 9, 2014.
The two most Earth-like planets of the group are Kepler-438b and Kepler-442b.
The IRNSS 1D would put in place India's own navigation system on par with the Global Positioning System of the US.
A quick-grow lab technique may make it possible to mass-produce reef-building corals.
During ACL reconstruction surgeries, tunnels are drilled into the femur and tibia bones to hold the new ligament in a fixed position.
The real alcohol is locked in the hospital pharmacy, ready to send over for the extra temptation of smell.
In 2015, data science sophistication will increase with an explosion of new tools.
2014 was a big year for space exploration.
India is taking baby steps towards realising its ambition to send humans into space.
According to the WHO, Ebola has killed more than 7,500 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
That story is now coming to light, thanks to an ambitious international collaboration that has been underway for four years.
AI2 is an effort to advance artificial intelligence while simultaneously reaching back into the field’s past.
WHO guidelines recommend that liquid wastes from patients be flushed down the toilet or disposed.
In a statement NASA said why this layered mountain sits in a crater has been a challenging question for researchers.
Artificial enzymes from genetic material hints at the possibility that life could evolve without DNA or RNA.
Designed, built and operated by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), SeaBED is an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV).
They work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in the world’s most powerful factory for analysing genes
The subject of Planck 2014 is a new baby picture of the universe when space was as hot as the surface of the sun.
Nanowires made of vanadia can reduce cell damage in the human body and can prevent ageing.