America’s early aerospace engineers ignored computers because they considered programming to be women's work.
Among the institution’s earliest employees were female “computers” whose calculations made the first rocket launches possible.
Thirty years after the shuttle explosion, the U.S. is once again excited about sending civilians into space.
The FDA recently approved OxyContin for pediatric patients. Many believe the decision will harm more children than it helps.
As marketers chase information about mothers-to-be, growing embryos are tracked with genetic precision that will change pregnancies forever.
Is it riskier to give children experimental treatments, or not to?