Scientists think they have a good drug target to prevent Alzheimer’s

It would be like taking drugs that lower cholesterol, researchers say.

Study finds viewing selfies on social media can make you miserable or jolly — depending on how you see yourself

Seriously, why are selfies a thing?

The 1% might be wealthy, but they’re poor in empathy: study suggests the rich don’t notice you

You can’t buy empathy

2001 Mars Odyssey Spacecraft Reaches 15-Year Anniversary

For a record-breaking 15 years now, the Mars Odyssey spacecraft has orbited Mars and provided an unprecedented global view of the planet.

Startup plans to fuel our cities by turning windows into power plants

Where there’s light, SolarWindow can create power.

Jupiter’s cloud bands extend for hundreds of kilometers into the atmosphere

Scientists peeled Jupiter and make striking findings.

Iceland drilling project close to plugging into the Mid-Atlantic ridge

In a few months, Iceland will be drawing power directly from molten rock.

You have this weird-looking 423-million-year-old armored fish to thank for jaws

The ancient animal had jaws that resemble those of modern land vertebrates and bony fish.

Two million years ago, Homo habilis was right handed

Hand preference is still something we don’t understand that well, but at least we’ve got a better timeframe now.

DeepMind can now learn how to use its memories, apply knowledge to new tasks

The AI developed by Alphabet, Google’s parent company, just received a new and powerful update.