Experts say the expected "second wave" of coronavirus cases in the U.S. hasn't happened yet.
For every two outdated batteries coming out, a new and improved one goes in to supply power to the space station on the night side of Earth.
Besides the respiratory issues that leave patients gasping for breath, the virus that causes COVID-19 attacks many organ systems, in some cases causing catastrophic damage.
NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy on Friday lost a small mirror that floated away at a foot per second.
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku analyzes a report revealing there may be 36 intelligent alien races sharing our galaxy.
Scientists genetically engineered the cattle to produce human antibodies that can fight COVID-19.
The data was gathered in a preliminary study of more than 750,000 participants
President Trump will be present at SpaceX's historic launch set for Wednesday.
Researchers from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology devised an electrochemical eye that converts images through tiny sensors that mirror light-detecting photoreceptor cells.
Trump described the administration's plan as "a massive scientific industrial and logistical endeavor unlike anything our country has seen since the Manhattan Project."
China is sending astronauts into space as part of its plan to complete work on the country's space station by 2022.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Tuesday
Major pharmacy chains are reportedly seeing shortages of famotidine after its use in trials of a COVID-19 treatment
Past studies have not found good evidence that the warmer temperatures and higher humidity of spring and summer will help
Gilead said the findings were inconclusive because the study was terminated early
A summary of the study was posted to the World Health Organization website before being taken down.
The FDA has granted accelerated approval to Immunomedics for a drug used to treat a severe type of breast cancer.
Faulty COVID-19 tests could lead some to believe they are immune to the virus when they are not.
The self-administered test kit, which does not require a clinician, is currently being sold to health care workers and first responders only.
The Trump administration is putting billions of dollars toward startups and entrepreneurs fighting the novel coronavirus.