“This 'improbable planet' is likely so rare that we won't find another laboratory quite like it to study the nature of ultra-hot Neptunes in d…
They pretty much just turned it on and it’s already giving us insights about the universe.
Here's a look at the most common nutrient deficiencies and the foods that can help restore equilibrium.
California Institute of Technology engineers created a captivating simulation to explore the physics behind the bubble ring phenomenon. No bub…
Someday you might not flip a switch, but rather a branch to illuminate your home.
It controls the tides, but a new study suggests it might be controlling our sleep, as well.
Ozone is one of the least controlled pollutants in the United States. Short- and long-term exposure can pose serious health threats.
They once put a big kink in the assumed Neanderthal timeline, now they fit right in.
The harvest moon may seem bigger and brighter than other full moons, and that's because this moon is physically closer to the horizon.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is often looked at negatively as a greenhouse gas. For trees, CO2 is necessary for their survival.
Researchers warn about overestimating the power of the placebo effect.
The miraculously regenerating sacoglossan slug has researchers in Japan stumped.
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I was finishing my doctorate degree in Geoscience when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its first assessment rep…
The resulting flare gave researchers a decade-long view of the event and now they’re using that information to formulate new theories on black holes.
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Ever wonder what an ice-age glacier actually looked like?
They could be vanishing before we ever catch a glimpse.
It’s an interesting human trait that may have once been evolutionarily advantageous.
Here's a look at what the weather was like for your very first summer.
It might sound gross, but it creates a material stronger than concrete.