Former North Tonawanda Earth Science teacher Paul Swisher pens new book. He hopes to help aspiring teachers with lessons he's learned…
Scientists think they've detected a sub-glacial lake around one of Mars' polar caps, but nobody's actually seen it yet.
The first annual Buffalo Science Fest took over part of Canalside Saturday, offering guests a chance to interact with more than 20…
The museum will hold a weekend-long party on both Saturday and Sunday to mark the momentous occasion.
Despite it being a longtime coming, the Kellogg Observatory will reopen this weekend after being closed to the public for almost two decades.
Sticky gels, 3D printed tissues and lab-grown skin could change the way deep cuts and burns are treated.
A new study says non-lethal human activity like hiking and camping is scaring animals out of the sunlight.
CRISPR scans our genes to find the ones that might trigger certain diseases.
Officials in Hawaii were telling residents Monday to be ready to leave their neighborhood with little notice.
Scientists have thought for a while that Europa might support life, but now they've got better-than-ever evidence to prove it.
Volunteers are being recruited to collect bugs and other tiny critters from streams around New York.