Working with the smallest building blocks of the universe, Raytheon’s scientists are creating new substances and computing technology straight from the pages of science fiction.
Innovation drives the U.S. economy, and employees with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills have become a hot commodity in post-recession America.
If you’re scared of the dark, you can fear a little less tonight.
Science and technology degrees are the highest paying jobs for students out of college. Find out how you can get your kids interested in the STEM fields.
There’s a new meteor shower in town and it might even turn into a full-fledged storm.
More than a dozen teams from around the world are competing for a $20 million prize.
Landing on the Moon was an historic moment.
The waters of Peters Creek pass through a quiet corner of South Park as four Baldwin-Whitehall school buses roll into a nearby parking lot.
Three for three! The third eagle egg hatched in the nest in Hays Wednesday afternoon, as the world watched.
More than a thousand science students gathered on the North Shore on Friday to present exhibits they hope will change the world. But the center of attention was a high school freshman for a project he presented three years ago.
Much like fingerprints, our faces are unique – no two exactly alike.
Shoppers at Ross Park Mall search for the newest fashions, while unwittingly walking on a sea bed that dates back 150 million years.
NASA is looking for a few good volunteers.
Just in time for the biggest series in the history of PNC Park comes this old-fashioned idea.
When central Pennsylvania farmer Ben Klunk tells people about the mutant corn he found, they’re all ears.