Food Bacteria More Drug-Resistant in U.S., Europe, Study Suggests

The bacteria that cause a common food-borne illness show low drug resistance in Australia, unlike similar strains from the United States and Europe, a study has found.

The bacteria that cause a common food-borne illness show low drug resistance in Australia, unlike similar strains from the United States and Europe, a study has found.

Mars’s Peroxide Snow Would Kill Any Surface Life

Dust storms on Mars appear to be creating a snow of bleachlike chemicals that make their way into the planet’s soil—rendering life as we know it impossible on the red planet’s surface, scientists report.

Dust storms on Mars appear to be creating a snow of bleachlike chemicals that make their way into the planet's soil—rendering life as we know it impossible on the red planet's surface, scientists report.

Giant Robot Imprisons Parked Cars in New Jersey

The robot that parks cars at the Garden Street Garage in Hoboken, New Jersey, trapped hundreds of its wards last week for several days. But it wasn’t the technology car owners had to curse, it was the terms of a software license.

The robot that parks cars at the Garden Street Garage in Hoboken, New Jersey, trapped hundreds of its wards last week for several days. But it wasn't the technology car owners had to curse, it was the terms of a software license.

Winter Solstice Sees Mars Rovers in Good Shape

NASA’s solar-powered rovers reached the darkest part of the Martian year on Tuesday, with the arrival of the winter solstice in the planet’s southern hemisphere. The rovers are suffering from ageing hardware, but continue to reveal new things about Mars.

NASA's solar-powered rovers reached the darkest part of the Martian year on Tuesday, with the arrival of the winter solstice in the planet's southern hemisphere. The rovers are suffering from ageing hardware, but continue to reveal new things about Mars.