Ocean Health Gets "D" Grade in New Global Index
Annual Global Ocean Health Index includes the high seas for the first time, and scientists say the score could have been worse.
Sediment Plumes Around Greenland
A milky hue in the ocean hints that meltwater has left the ice sheet.
An open letter to texting-mad teenagers
Put your phone down for a second, teen texters -- there are some things you''ve got to hear.
Five texts you should never send
We''re texting more than ever, and, like society, the texts themselves are getting worse and worse. Read on to learn just how terrible silent cell phone users are these days.
10 smartphone habits to avoid
How annoying and rude and antisocial have we all become with our smartphones? We''re embarrassing ourselves all over the place. Please stop.
Netiquette: Saying farewell
So many folks manage to lose their netiquette heads when they scramble, legs flailing and akimbo, toward the denouement of events and life chapters. So here is the ultimate (get it?) digital-etiquette guide to a polite big finish.
Clean water: A $16 solution
Could there be a $16 answer to the global challenge of clean drinking water? CNN''s Rachel Crane explains.
Creator of spying app arrested
The creator of StealthGenie, a mobile app marketed as a tool for spying on cheating spouses and keeping tabs on children, has been arrested, according to federal authorities.
Luxy -- it''s the Tinder app for snobs
If you''re looking to hook up via your smartphone, and aren''t overly concerned about looking like a snob while doing so, Luxy may be the app for you.
Spacecraft and automobiles could benefit from a new NASA technology that protects the insides of scorching-hot engines.
A New Form of Matter: II
NASA-supported researchers have discovered a weird new phase of matter called fermionic condensates.
Spooky Atomic Clocks
NASA-supported researchers hope to improve high-precision clocks by entangling their atoms.
Membranes on Mars
New membranes developed by NASA-funded researchers could help people go to Mars--and clean the air here on Earth.
Houston, We Have a Solution
New research aboard the space station aims to adapt a tried-and-true repair tool to weightlessness.
Mercury Transits Sun
Mark your calendar: On Wednesday, November 8, the planet Mercury will pass directly in front the Sun.
A new device onboard two NASA satellites could improve 3- to 12-hour forecasts of severe weather.
The Hidden Life of Thunderstorms
Scientists are sending unmanned aircraft into electrical storms to learn more about their mysterious inner workings.
Electric Border Collie
Using electric fields, NASA-supported researchers are learning to herd microbes for the benefit of astronauts and Homeland Security.
Greenhouses for Mars
When humans go to the Moon or Mars, they''ll probably take plants with them. NASA-supported researchers are learning how greenhouses work on other planets.
Powering the Future of Automotive Innovation
Last week, J.D. Power and Associates released its 2012 U.S. Initial Quality Study. The annual study, now in its 26th year, serves as the industry benchmark for new-vehicle quality measured at 90 days of ownership. The study is used extensively by manufacturers worldwide to help them design and deliv...