Tech & Science
Computer processors can't get much smaller, so what do we do next?
“We’re concerned that when the next earthquake occurs, there will be a lot of earthquakes."
Forensic scientists could make good use of the new finding.
Offspring of the mice also benefited from the missing enzyme.
Magic Leap's goggles will deliver life-size representations of NBA stars to people's living rooms.
Ten thousand years ago, farmers set this legume up for a fall.
Here's how to see it.
The amount of money that ensures happiness is more than most people earn.
But its weight class just got shrunk.
Humans aren't the only ones who celebrate their love on February 14.
The strain to which you lost your flu virginity will always hold a special status.
The site provides a rare glimpse into the people who traveled these lands 2,000 years ago.
Hackers are taking over the processing power of people's phones in order to mine cryptocurrency.
The actress announced she'd had the procedure done in an essay published in the March issue of Vogue.
Rosette Nebulae are red, O-type stars are blue...
The heads of the CIA, FBI and NSA warned of the ties between Huawei and the Chinese government.
This is the first time a non-human animal has been shown to nurse its wounded, scientists believe.
The image is a glimpse into the mysterious world of quantum physics.
It's going home.
Where else can you find penis wind chimes, cannons and statues?
Scientists hit the road with a high-precision clock hooked up to a trailer.
You'll need buttermilk, flour, eggs and oil. And maybe a pinch of sugar.
That's not even an abnormally large boar.
Tune into a live stream this Valentine's Day.
Supersonic jets can ferry passengers between New York and London in just three hours—but the sonic booms that accompany them are a major turn-off.
Rubber ducks aren't just for bath time any more—they're now the subject of an ecological study.
The post-apocalyptic vision of human-hunting robot dogs from the sci-fi series Black Mirror may have just drawn one step closer.
Eating quickly has been linked to obesity in a study of almost 60,000 participants.
But more information is not always better, according to a geneticist.
The 26-year-old is thought to have contracted the infection after horse-riding or fishing.