“47 Meters Down”? If you see it as just a popcorn movie, and fully understand that Sharks Don’t Do That, it’s not terrible.
The cost of higher education can seem daunting, but one Valley school wants to eliminate a large component of that high cost: textbook prices.
Visiting NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on the Florida coast is an absolute must for anyone who’s ever watched a Space Shuttle launch (or land) with baited breath.
Cassini’s “Grand Finale” is giving the mission fresh life at a time when NASA is seeking a new path in the universe.
Tucson high school students compete in Racing the Sun competition with solar-powered go-karts. Tech Parks Arizona at University of Arizona hosts the event.
The first-ever March for Science will be held at more than 500 sites, including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and Lake Havasu City, expected to draw thousands.
Arizona students have worked for months to bring a Hyperloop system, which could take you from Phoenix to San Diego in under an hour, closer to completion.
Nerdvana hears from a researcher behind the cosplay sex survey that was emailed recently by Phoenix Comicon.
Many factors drive falling Colorado River flows, but climate change plays a larger role than thought and will get worse without action, a recent study says.
An email from Phoenix Comicon promoting a cosplay survey focusing on adult relationships has raised a few eyebrows.