When high voltage power lines need repair, these are the folks who risk the shock of 230,000 volts to keep the country running.
The iron content of the rock at Durupinar has believers convinced that Noah's Ark is buried there. But geologists disagree.
What keeps Trever McGhee's feet from burning to a crisp as he walks on burning coals?
To record an elephant's core body temperature, a chocolate-covered thermometer passes through its digestive system.
Extreme weather makes a polar project difficult.
A well-trained sniper uses mind over matter to control his own physiology.
The Valles Marineris is a titanic canyon system that tops the list of must-see destinations on Mars.
Engineers create a 360 degree model of the Phoenix landscape to estimate the size a UFO as described by an local eye witness.
Sizing Up Sperm uses real people to represent 250 million sperm on their marathon quest to be first to reach a single egg.
Due to a rare condition, Michael's vascular malformations extend from the skin all the way through to the bone.
Imagine this: With the Earth's spin slowed down, the old concept of 4 seasons is gone and entire cities are submerged.
The bird flu virus could spark the next pandemic.
At Abu Dhabi's Capital Gate, it will take 26,000 triangular glass panes to form the facade of the spiraling tower.
Filled with cables and wires that send messages to different machinery around the craft, the bridge acts as the ship's brain.
What happens in the split second before a car accident? Forensic engineers and computer animators are teaming up to find out.