The real scope of pollution and how it affects livelihoods is often misrepresented.
Mars has an invisible magnetic tail and it might contribute to Martian atmospheric loss.
It seems our AI overlords have overlords of themselves.
Millions of Americans are potentially exposed to high concentrations of arsenic from their drinking water.
We’re responsible and it’s up to us to clean up the mess.
One cognitive test widely used in research can improve working memory. The training won’t make you smarter, though.
A ninth planet 10 times bigger than Earth might be lurking far away within the solar system.
Stress can trigger changes in the bacterial colonies that occupy the gut, similarly to obesity.
This was an amazing week in science — with much more to come.
According to the most recent surveys, Americans generally overestimate the size of the country’s homosexual community six-fold.
Patients reported feeling ‘reset’ or ‘rebooted’. Their depression symptoms improved immediately after taking the drug.
It happened before and it could happen again rather soon. Damage to power grids, satellites, and communications could amount to $10 trillion.
The consequences are important for ecosystem health.
This is still experimental technology but in the future it could prove to be a lifeline.
The Hyperloop concept just got a whole lot sexier.
The amazing camo-skin was funded by the military and could one day make its way into the battlefield.
It doesn’t seem that Native Americans mixed with Polynesians before European contact.
The ozone layer recovery could be delayed by as many as 30 years by rising industrial pollutants.
A disturbing new study shows that the government fails to accurately count law-enforcement related deaths in the United States.
The bird can effortlessly travel up to 500 miles in a single day just by occasionally flapping its formidable wings.