During the Cold War the United States dropped nearly 70 nuclear bombs on some tiny islands in the middle of the Pacific.
The “me, me, me generation” is not necessarily less charitable than the generations before it.
In the future, installing Elon Musk brain-computer interface could be as easy laser eye surgery.
Scientists are getting closer to revealing the timeline of HIV evolution.
There are sex differences that may make women more vulnerable to Alzheimer’s.
A weird-looking new duck-billed dinosaur was found in Texas.
Scientists envision using a very thin material to build a huge greenhouse on Mars.
Tiny sleepy fish sleep remarkably similar to humans.
A clever device runs at the fringe of physics to solve our wasted energy problems.
Nature is lit!
An adorable cockatoo that stole our hearts is revealing new insights about the origin and role of dancing.
A new study shows that there’s still plenty of room for almost a billion hectares of forest.
This is huge news for the biotech industry.
Scientists have devised a novel system that can recognize visual objects by bending light.
We all make excuses, so might as well learn how to do them properly.
To become successful, life had to find a way to turn food from the environment into energy.
This includes the Spix’s Macaw, the lovely birds which inspired the main characters in Rio.
This may be a core property of human nature.
Is there any job that an AI can’t do?
DNA analysis reveals fresh details about how Neanderthals moved across Europe and Asia.