Records are made for breaking, and NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is breaking them in droves. When she returns to Earth on Sept, 2, she'll have earned a place among the nation's greatest space explorers. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
Japanese study shows efficacy and safety of iPS cells; researchers hope to start clinical trial by end of 2018
Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Dream Chaser craft lifted off the ground at 7:21 a.m., at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center on Edwards Air Force Base, California
Fossils will be taken down, remounted in a way that embodies the latest understanding of this ferocious Cretaceous Period predator
FDA calls approval historic; one doctor calls it 'a brand-new way of treating cancer'
Emirate issues orange fabric collars containing a chilled gel, similar to the cold compresses used for injuries, to 4,000 cleaners
Israeli scientists have developed a peptide that could be used in antimicrobial medicines which could help treat infections in a post-antibiotic era. Faith Lapidus reports.
According to the Water Project, more than 700 million people do not have easy access to clean, safe water. Solving the problem is the focus of an annual meeting of NGOs, charities and government leaders. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
Around two thirds of cities from London to Los Angeles are working with private sector to address water, climate change stresses