The uncrewed Orion spacecraft is equipped with 16 cameras that have been documenting its journey through space
Researchers at the US National Ignition Facility created a reaction that made more energy than they put in.
The company said that AI-generated images “can’t be described as exact replicas of any particular artwork.”
Great bustards eat corn poppies for their medicinal properties.
Their experiment could help to create a unified theory of quantum gravity.
Using silent speech to control communication devices could be hugely beneficial for patients with paralysis.
The animals’ extra-long middle fingers probably reach all the way to the back of the throat
For the first time, a safety clearance was given to a startup's cell-cultured meat.
The airplane manufacturer is developing cryogenic hydrogen storage tanks.
A fuzzy white fungus grows on top of the parasitic fungus that attacks and turns ants into "zombies."
These wispy man-made clouds have fascinated humans for a century, but what actually are they?
NFC is likely to pop up in your next smartphone (or maybe the one after that), and you'll use it for much more than just mobile payments
Governments globally are thinking about digitizing their currencies. Here’s what that means—and how it could impact you.
The introduction of the ECASH Act, along with a recent executive order, shows how the US government is thinking about the future of money.
Sleepy skeeters lagged behind well-rested ones when offered a researcher’s leg to feed on
A new study reveals a decline in wolf populations related to sanctioned hunts.
The human desire to drink far outdates the oldest brewery.
Could an itty-bitty pollinator be the problem?
Staying vigilant during this crucial time is key.
Neural 'signature' may reflect how we respond to feelings of social isolation
The doldrums can be helpful when it comes to creativity, but chronic boredom isn’t so positive.
The cloaca is the hole-y grail to understanding prehistoric copulation.
Influenza activity is currently low in the United States and globally
Earth's global average surface temperature in 2020 tied with 2016 as the warmest year on record, according to an analysis by NASA.
Life expectancy at birth will shorten by more than one year
The vaccine can reduce your chances of becoming reinfected and sick again in the future.
His administration will rely on “science and scientists.”
Media outlets have likened the sound to a “brief groan,” a “long, exasperated ‘meh’ without the ‘m,’” and “rather like ‘eeuuughhh’”
Tiny 'xenobots' assembled from cells promise advances from drug delivery to toxic waste clean-up
Nearly all non-Alaskan West Coast tide stations also saw higher seas
Low sheets of marine clouds
It’s the sequel we weren’t prepared for.
New technique can efficiently convert CO2 from gas into solid particles of carbon
The newly discovered fossil’s name, Moros intrepidus, means ‘the harbinger of doom’
The tiny object has been given the official name Hippocamp
NEW OUTBREAKS OF DISEASES LIKE MEASLES SHOW THE URGENT NEED TO NIX BAD SCIENCE, WHEREVER VACCINES ARE CONCERNED
The species was feared to be extinct, except for one lonely male
Data from the Cassini spacecraft show that the gas giant didn’t always have its iconic icy bands
Many of us have either heard or seen the incredible effects that music can have on people with dementia.
Even when playing the same piece of music
'Rosehip' neurons not found in rodents, may be involved in fine-level control between regions of the human brain
A tarantula — "lightly salted and oven-baked" — tops a burger at a Durham, North Carolina restaurant, testing "the most daring of taste buds."
Open sores, body odors and other indicators of possible disease transmission top the list of things that gross us out
Italian researchers also found traces of disease-causing bacteria in what they believe is probably extremely aged cheese.
Scientists are dubious of a new paper that suggests frozen octopi eggs rode a meteor to Earth 540 million years ago.
Past warming events suggest climate models fail to capture true warming under business-as-usual scenarios
The widely held belief that this chalky, freeze-dried dessert made it to space isn't true after all, according to the National Air and Space Museum and actual NASA astronauts.
If you have a hard time visualizing a planet-wide dust storm on Mars, take a look at this.
Two landmark discoveries reveal organic carbon on the red planet, shaping the future hunt for life on Mars.
Advances that give patients new faces, hands and more aim to improve quality of life
First known case of Thelazia gulosa infection in a human