The first tyrannosauruses were quite small.
Wallace’s giant bee — about four times larger than a honeybee — hadn’t been spotted for nearly four decades until a band of explores rediscovered it.
Catch me if you can!
Could we be witnessing an evolutionary leap in action?
Mice are born with a single set of teeth, unlike humans which have two. Now, scientists used genetic techniques to signal the formation of additional teeth in mice.
It’s as tough as industrial rubber, MIT researchers say.
One day, checking the weather on Mars in real-time will be as easy as googling it.
Scientists finally found out how insects are kept away from zebras.
OpenAI thinks that its AI is too dangerous to risk having it fall into the wrong hands.
Pacemakers in the future might never require battery replacement.
Scientists sink their teeth in the great white’s genome
The tale of a beautiful man who tragically fell in love with himself, painted on the walls of a Roman house which collapsed in tragedy.
Something as simple meditation can do wonders.
Equatorial rainforests are actually net emitters of carbon. Young forests in temperate regions are the best carbon sinks on land, new research suggests.
One-day household pollution may be given as much attention as transportation emissions.
Alcohol has very subtle effects on the brain which we’re only beginning to recognize.
Treatment for the highly addictive substance might have to be approached differently if you’re male or female.
More and more evidence suggests that zero-calorie drinks may be just as bad as sugary ones.
This won’t end the debate anytime soon, though.
The implications could also be huge for people with Alzheimer’s.