Tech & Science
Unusually for SpaceX, the company is not trying to recapture and reuse this Falcon 9 rocket.
"Fairy Lanterns" don't photosynthesize, but instead get their nutrients from fungi.
The technique involves a laser and an incredibly sensitive piece of equipment which can detect even a single particle of light—known as a photon.
Shoreline scavengers also found a host of other dead creatures.
“We didn’t aim for that. But wow.”
Bypassing the premium content paywalls could leave accounts banned.
The fossil is 127 million years old.
The Alex Jones Channel was recently hit with YouTube content strikes.
The new technology allows the AI to reframe every failure as a success.
Apple's new campus is a pain in the glass for its staff.
The car and its mannequin pilot may not be alone.
Participants in clinical trials who were given a small dose of psychedelics were rated as having more openness than non-users.
There's a lot more water down there than scientists had ever dreamed of.
Recent studies have delivered encouraging signs—here's what we now know.
“It's Jurassic Park just a two-hour drive east of downtown Los Angeles.”
They were unearthed during a groundwater treatment project.
The 24-year-old reportedly won't poop to conceal drug evidence.
“People vulnerable to listeriosis should discard any rockmelon purchased before 1 March."
Getting eight hours of sleep doesn't mean you can't feel exhausted.
There are two asteroids flying past Earth within the next few days, but what does that even mean?
The pieces will still hurt when you step on them.
The animal was raised on a private family farm.
"Ordinary real time is replaced by imaginary time, which behaves like a fourth direction of space." If you say so, Dr. Hawking.
The rockets will leave from the northernmost launch sites in the world.
It was almost made into jewelry.
He is the largest male specimen ever found.
The analysis looked at more than 170 studies of pregnancy diets.
The mythical land first mentioned by Plato has stirred imaginations ever since.
In early 2017, U.S. diplomats in Cuba reported hearing strange metallic sounds, and suffering hearing loss and other neurological harm, symptoms which some alleged were caused by a sonic weapon.
New photos of the two moons, Phobos and Deimos, unlock Martian mysteries.