Ancient Flying Lizard Discovered
BioBattery Tattoo May Power a Phone
Bacterium Destroys Tumors' Heart
Astronauts Release Baby Satellite
Ebola: Finding Its Natural Source
Meet the Caiuajara dobruskii: one of the craziest extinct flying lizards ever. The newly discovered animal is a member of the Pterosauria order, a clade of flying lizards that lived during the dino era.
Imagine charging your smartphone with a removable tattoo that doubles as a mini-battery. It could soon be possible, based on technology debuted at the American Chemical Society's conference.
A mutant form of a bacterium that lives in soil and thrives in low-oxygen environments appears to be a precise and aggressive killer of malignant tumors as well as an activator of the body's immune system.
A tiny Peruvian research satellite was launched by spacewalking astronauts, who set it loose on a mission to observe Earth. The nano-satellite, named Chasqui, barely weighs two pounds.
A scary problem lurks beyond the frenzied efforts to keep people from spreading Ebola: No one knows exactly where the virus comes from or how to stop it from seeding new outbreaks.