With all of the adverse effects technology has yielded, it’s easy to sometimes overlook the exceptional. In today’s case, that exceptional advancement comes in the form of prosthetic limbs, wait for it, controlled by its …
According to a new study, men are more — that’s right, MORE — affected by romance-related drama than women.
Though only northern territories could see it, the “solar tsunami” had quite the dramatic effect on the skies last night.
In other words, your childhood memories of The Land Before Time are safe.
Schneider reportedly died of a heart attack as his flight was landing in London, after a career that was both impressively long and far too short.
Another of science’s epic debates has finally been resolved: it turns out that homosexuality is genetic. (In mice, at least.)
Philosophers and fertility experts can rest easy as the age-old question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” finally has an answer: The chicken.
Need to cool down after the heat wave? These photos from the Arctic Circle should do it.
Emissions-free air travel made an experimental flight on Wednesday.
Oscar the cat gets to walk again, thanks to a revolutionary new surgery.
A new study suggests that how well you lie as a child is a strong indicator of how successful you’ll be as an adult.
While many of their fellow scientists are busy brainstorming ways to clean up the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, paleontologists are free to spend their days on more philosophical pursuits, such as the question “How hard could dinosaurs bite?”