Supermassive black hole dislodged from its galactic throne travels at 5 million mph

In the aftermath of a titanic galactic battle, a merged black hole caused some waves.

Researchers spot the biggest brown dwarf ever, trailing at the edge of the Milky Way

Surprisingly pure.

Microfibers from clothes are killing fish and ending up on our plates

Fleece jackets and yoga pants are to blame.

World’s tiniest race will pit nanocars against each other in Toulouse this April

The stakes have never been so tiny.

‘Chewing like a cow’ helped early mammals thrive in the wake of dinosaur extinction

There’s a lot to be grateful for the first mammalian ancestors who evolved side-to-side chewing.

Bacteria powered a battery for 13 straight days

All possible through bacterial teamwork!

Yellow fever is killing thousands of rare monkeys in Brazil

The forests are silent now.

Laziness could save a fish’s life: a case for establishing marine reserves

Evolution causes these fish to move less so they have a better chance of survival.

First deep-sea mining operation scheduled to start in 2019 — here are the bots that will do it

Whether you agree to the idea or not, the bots sure are awesome.

Facial recognition software can diagnose rare genetic disease with 96% accuracy

It’s similar to how Facebook’s facial tracking algorithm works, only much more useful.