Tech & Science
Another reason to wash your hands more often.
No queen of the ant species had been seen since 1887; now many colonies have been collected.
Nucleotides form the building blocks of life—but where they came from has been a longstanding mystery.
Former Alphabet self-driving unit executive Anthony Levandowski allegedly downloaded confidential documents before leaving to join Uber.
A U.K. surgeon has been awarded £200,000 (over $260,000) to find out if the virus can attack cancer cells.
A new study also found that web search data following Sheen’s disclosure was a strong predictor of test kit sales.
Allegations of fraud surround comments made about net neutrality on the Federal Communications Commission's website.
These Ebola-neutralizing antibodies can hopefully be used to treat humans in the near future.
Android Go is designed to bring internet connectivity to people in data-restricted environments.
A camera-equipped helicopter could overcome the limitations of the Curiosity rover.
Space probes have found a barrier resulting from low frequency radio waves which could shield us from geomagnetic storms.
The borehole revealed extreme underground heat and fluid pressure that could be used as a source of geothermal energy.
Proposed bill would require the NSA to inform other government agencies about security holes it finds in software.
Scientists argue that religious people are unable to rise above their instincts, explaining the negative association with intelligence.
Omar is a very special Maine coon cat and likely the world’s longest.
Survivors of the Ebola virus often have serious visual problems, and a new study helps explain why.
A new study is the largest yet to show that the war on drugs harms efforts to stop the spread of HIV.
A new book reveals a proposed collaboration between the electric car maker and ride-sharing app.
Scientists find the best strategy is becoming involved in the LGBT community.
Elysium Space already has 100 customers for its maiden launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
NSA deserves blame for losing the exploit kit, not for developing it in the first place.
Scientists have found the risk of cardiovascular disease is still higher in obese people even if they are “metabolically healthy.”
The dinosaur's teeth could generate 431,000 pounds of force per square inch.
Security researchers say infected machines are "mining" for a digital currency called Monero.
In the wake of DR Congo’s outbreak, an international team of researchers reviewed 37 models to develop gold-standard recommendations that minimize the spread of the disease.
The theory breaks with the popular idea that expansion is caused by dark energy and suggests energy for expansion would never run out.
A professor who researches secrecy explains why and how secrets weigh on us and why we’re motivated to share them.
Researchers are using LED light to push immune cells into killing tumors—and it just might work.
Earth's magnetic field has reversed periodically throughout the planet's history. Now, we're a little closer to understanding why.
Scientists showed the potential habitability of the planet under different atmospheric conditions and orbits using a state-of-the-art model.