The Eden Prairie-based company hopes its work will someday ease the shortage of donated organs.
A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found — and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite.
The value users receive from their phones can depend on how much that person understands what's possible with that device.
"Just shut off your phone" isn't as easy as it sounds in today's social media landscape.
The book, like the museum's new building, showcases visionaries' long-held belief that science and public education — and entertainment — can go hand in hand.
Restaurant Technologies has grown even during the pandemic, while at the same time solving an environmental issue for many in the industry.
After the loss of her son to the opioid epidemic, a Minnesota mother seeks to change the outcome for others
Former Lost Boy of South Sudan wants to help young people in his impoverished home country go to college
Hurricane Ian is quickly gaining monstrous strength as it moves over oceans partly heated up by climate change, just like 30 other Atlantic tropical storms since 2017 that became much more powerful in less than a day.
This turbocharging of storms is likely to become even more frequent as the world gets warmer, scientists say.
An initiative to build out its fiber optic network is expected to be completed in December 2024.
Changes are underway, but the gap between climate goals and reality is wide.
NASA is skipping next week's launch attempt of its new moon rocket because of a tropical storm that's expected to become a major hurricane.
The class of '85 alum spoke about his space flight and returned student IDs he had taken to the International Space Station.
The new 100-acre campus in Dayton will offer the company much-needed space for growth.
Neptune and its rings haven't looked this good in decades.
Seated low in her canoe sliding through a rice bed on this vast lake, Kendra Haugen used one wooden stick to bend the stalks and another to knock the rice off, so gently the stalks sprung right back up.
Changing climate, invasive species and pollution are threatening the plant.