Researchers spot the first coronal mass ejection outside our solar system — it was massive

It was tens of thousands of times more massive than the ones our Sun puts out.

Agrochemicals harm bees even at ‘safe’ levels, and collapse whole colonies

We should bee more concerned about their health.

Invasive flowering species might overpower native ones because of warming climates

We flower in peace!

Massive puffin die-off in the Bering Sea likely due to climate change, study reports

Noooo, not the puffins!

New app could bring cognitive therapy to your pocket

“It’s kind of like cognitive therapy in your pocket — but a little different and a lot faster,” the authors say.

New method of CO2 capture is cheaper, more effective, and “a key step toward closing the carbon loop”

This process might finally allow for commercially-viable CO2 recycling.

Amazon implements new “delete everything I said today” command for Alexa

With privacy concerns mounting, Amazon is trying to assuage its customers.

In the stone-age people recycled flint on purpose to produce precision blades

Second-hand flint, ironically, was more of a precision implement that fresh flint.

Research uncovered new, surprising melting patterns beneath the Ice Ross Shelf

Sometimes, you just have to look at individual trees to understand the forest.

Many of the world’s waterways exceed safe levels of antibiotic substances — by a lot

Basically, this is boot camp for training antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Researchers find ‘Forbidden Planet’ orbiting closer to its parent star than we thought it could

It’s so close that it shouldn’t be able to retain an atmosphere. And yet it does.

Two new dinosaurs found in Thailand are smaller, cuter, but still deadly cousins of the T. Rex

They might also rewrite the history of megaraptors as we know them.

Researchers film bacteria sharing antibiotic resistance in real time — and find a potential fix

How can bacteria produce proteins when faced with a protein-production-impairing drug? We found out.

Duo of engineers are working on a kit to test your stress levels at home

Hands up if you think you’d get the maximum result!

Solar plasma observations bring us one step closer to stable fusion generators

We’re basically copying off of Nature.

Wild chimpanzees learned how to crack open tortoises — and they’re sharing the knowledge among themselves

Cracking open a turtle-y one with the boys.

New electricity-based method to produce hydrogen could slash 1% of the world’s CO2 emissions

1% might sound small, but taken on a planetary level — it’s a whole lot.

Researchers create fuel from water, CO2, and artificial photosynthesis

The technology isn’t yet ready for the market — but it’s not far off, either.

Climate warming is definitely, for sure, no doubt about it, our fault, says new study

More like “yet another new study.”

Farmers actually work more than hunter-gatherers, have less leisure time

Toil all day, very little pay.