Look at all these faces. None of them are real — they were created by an AI


Environmental cleanups return on investment — and they return big time

Cleaning up makes economic sense.

Tornadoes form from the ground up, not the other way around as previously believed

The kind of research that could save lives.

MIT technique can shrink objects down to the nanoscale

The technique can produce structures one-thousandth the size of the originals.

Nuclear-powered ‘tunnelbot’ could probe the depths of Europa’s oceans

Europa’s almost as cold as your ex’s heart, just as frozen.

Johnson & Johnson knew its baby powder has cancer-causing asbestos — but it lied

A story worth reading.

Scientists make pterosaur discovery that pushes back origin of feather evolution by 70 million years

At least some pterosaurs were covered by a diverse coat of different feather and fur-like structures,

Tourists might be bringing diseases to Antarctica’s penguins

Tourists are bringing dangerous pathogens to the Antarctic.

Exposure to graphic images shifts your perception of reality, video games study shows

More pew pew, less QQ.

Constantly checking your phone reduces wellbeing, makes you less mindful

Psychologists call this phenomenon ‘online vigilance’.

Shark numbers plummet by 92% in Australian waters

Sharks are declining at an alarming rate.

Researchers want to vaccinate bees so we don’t run out of food

I can’t BEElive this!

Virgin Galactic tourist space rocket passes first test

Fancy a trip to outer space?

Fentanyl is now the deadliest drug in America

Just a few grains of the substance can kill.

Luxembourg to become the first country to make public transportation free

It’s Luxembourg’s moment in the spotlight.

“Prehistoric Pompeii” answers the question of when animals first moved on land

It’s so sad though :(.

InSight beams back its first selfie — and what a treat!

It’s kinda vain but we like it!

Search and rescue operations might soon call on foldable drones to find victims

A simple but elegant solution.

Blink and you’ll miss it — new study shows that blinking can be significant nonverbal cues

Do you pay attention to how the people you talk to blink?

Neanderthal genes may explain our unique rounded skull shape

Neanderthal genes may be making some people’s skulls more elongated — they may also explain some modern human brain evolution.