Tech & Science
The next phase of clinical trials for this remarkable gene therapy may be coming to the U.S. soon.
Archaeologists in their 80s have been coming out of retirement to help with this stunning development.
New CDC estimates reveal that up to 650,000 people may die every year from flu-related respiratory illness.
A neural network let scientists spot two brand new planets that previous analysis had missed.
Russian authorities found 24 teeth from a prehistoric sea predator that may have been related to the largest ever shark, in the baggage of a man set for China.
Any unusual noise would signal something weird is happening, and the examination is not over.
The beloved toy company has found innovative ways to make its iconic brands more eco-friendly.
A ballooning in the size of wine glasses over time means that we're gulping down a lot more vino with every serving.
These animals looked like the Loch Ness Monster, with long necks and sharp teeth.
Stargazers around the world showed off their best shots.
A new technology puts a face to the disembodied voices that haunt schizophrenia patients who experience auditory hallucinations.
The pain is real but the blame is misplaced.
We've looked for anti-aging secrets in short-lived organisms from worms to yeast, but the killifish is a vertebrate, making it a much better analog to humans.
That Greenland shark found to be 512 years old is not the only impressively long-lived animal.
Pai appeared in a video wielding a fidget spinner and performing the Harlem Shake just one day before the decisive net neutrality vote.
The ISS shared videos of the moment of impact.
Archaeologists believe that the arrow was either the cause of death or was placed there afterward symbolically.
Strange signals suggest MU96 has a "moonlet."
Will men ever know what women want?
Archaeologists uncovered the tomb of the so-called Huarmey Queen high in the Peruvian Andes.
A BBC journalist invited to test the government’s CCTV network was located in just seven minutes.
The most devastating attack on the internet was motivated by the online computer game Minecraft.
There is something for even the most discerning dinosaur enthusiast.
The news is under tight wraps, but spoiler alert: It's definitely not Nibiru.
The surgeon reportedly carved his initials onto the surface of his patients' organs.
Munchausen by proxy is rare. However, it can—and has—been fatal.
The announcement comes on the heels of Trump's new directives for NASA.
Imagine plants used as streetlights, illuminating work spaces and as desk lamps.
Infants with this defect usually die almost immediately.
History is written by the winners—unless newly revealed DNA evidence sets the record straight.