Tech & Science
Want to eat like a princess? Now you can with a look inside Meghan Markle’s diet.
The remedy could even be used to help heal wounds.
A 30 percent price change would prevent 63,000 deaths per year.
Scientists would research it even more if the law would let them.
Neolithic women have not been given enough credit, researchers said.
The Hawaiian islands are experiencing a snowstorm that has covered the mountaintops in white.
Oh, the things males do to get the girl.
Researchers have invented a device considered crucial for scaling up quantum computing.
The glacier has long been receding.
It's the same sun, but the planet's weird atmosphere dyes the scene an eerie blue.
'The Next Web' has discovered Instagram's beta testing features.
Methane and bacteria found to be fuelling this underground ecosystem.
Glitter is a menace on land and at sea.
The galaxies had been invisible to every other instrument that ever looked at them.
"It’s probably the single most important object that we found."
Years of hospital records tell a story of enduring, inherited trauma.
A video featuring gruesome whaling tactics was released after an eight-year legal battle.
President Trump retweeted a snuff video—a possible violation of Twitter's rules, though it probably will not get him banned from the platform or cost him his verification check mark.
The hours-long ordeal ended in a joyful moment between the villagers and the mother.
The global events happen way more often than scientists thought.
Criminals are migrating to the dark web on a massive scale, Europol warns.
Vet medicine and human medicine can help each other.
It was in the deepest sea trench on earth.
Smart windows become tinted in the sunlight—which could have twofold benefits.
Indonesian authorities have ordered evacuations around Agung.
Sorry, Yeti fans—all these samples from sightings of the mythological being turned out to be real animals.
Though it's not clear what Tuesday's missile carried, one scientists says it's unlikely it could have reached the U.S. with a nuclear warhead.
A group of scientists in Brazil think the universe began a little differently.
There are few details about the latest missile test, but North Korea has often used foreign-trained scientists and foreign-sourced materials.
“How much does it hurt?” is not always a black-and-white question, and it seems men are more likely to bend the truth.