Tech & Science
Dexter didn't make it on the plane, and neither will fake service animals.
Why do we have seemingly extra amino acids in our genetic code? Quantum chemistry borrowed from space to find the answer.
The Florida nurse recounts recent moments in the hospital that have made her cringe.
Carbon left from their high-seafood diet made dating the skeletons impossible until now.
A magic trick turns the universe into a giant magnifying glass.
The research centers on the recently discovered glymphatic system.
Turning off these cells could be an effective way to reduce unnecessary anxiety.
The discovery was made after authorities received reports of illegal excavations in the area.
A new study counted more than 3,000 illnesses and several human deaths from the sprays.
There could be thousands of rocks from distant solar systems just killing time in our neighborhood.
The device picks up information on the colors of light reflected off your skin.
You'll only need $100 million dollars.
Researchers found that whether or not a person believes in conspiracy theories could account for up to a quarter of their attitude toward vaccines.
Women simply like men whom other women agree are attractive.
“We now have to consider that complex societies may have formed in the tropics and made their way outward from there.”
In 2008, there was only one earthquake big enough to feel. In 2015, there were 903.
"They’re a seal-eating species. It’s what they do."
Some scientists are questioning the rationale behind the ban.
The explosion killed all seven astronauts on board.
It's related to an extremely deadly spider, but it's in its own genus and, thankfully, its venom isn't toxic enough to kill a human.
Some people take entire bottles to avoid opioid withdrawal pain.
The procedure allows mothers to avoid passing serious genetic conditions to their children.
The army has issued a warning about the danger.
The country's second mission to the moon was delayed after Russia backed out of designing and producing the lander, so India decided to do it themselves.
Their orderly rotation is at odds with the standard dark matter model.
The pool drains into a fountain called a "nymphaeon"—the first such structure found in Israel.
Between 25 and 41 percent of nitrogen oxide is emanating from agricultural lands in California.
The insect features a trio of spines along its back, like a stegosaurus.
Artificial cold air sometimes smells bad and science is on it.
People with the flu can have a rash, though more common symptoms include a cough, a sore throat, body aches and fatigue.