Amber is an amazing time capsule.
Get your good 8 hours of sleep, if you don’t like being lonely.
Nobody likes oil in their water.
The moon is Earth’s only permanent natural satellite, but it may be in the company of tiny asteroids trapped in the planet’s orbit.
Although the insecticide was banned decades ago, it still persists in the environment.
Here’s a question you never knew you wanted to answer.
There are a lot of myths that have convinced people to resist vaccination — don’t be fooled.
Tip of the hat to the people who make science books so, so pretty.
I need this in my life.
Pregnant women can be reassured there is no risk of autism to their babies due to Tdap vaccine.
Scientists couldn’t make head or tail of it before.
The game is only being used for research purposes and is not available to the public, but has helped inform other games being submitted to the FDA for clinical applications.
Incredibly, this one lived in the desert, which is unheard of for a pterosaur.
A unique experiment challenges all of us to fight for a sustainable future.
Tax havens are even more problematic than we thought.
There is enough DNA in an average person’s body to stretch from the sun to Pluto and back — 17 times. More science facts after the jump.
Originality is a scarce commodity on the web.
It’s an interesting man-animal collaboration.
Opioids don’t really do any good here, and they might pave the way for an unwanted addiction.
Researchers hope the findings lead to a new class of drugs to help treat bowel diseases.