Tech & Science
"That they reach Europe with this strength, near hurricane force, is quite unusual."
It is not clear why websites including the popular Dream Market suddenly disappeared.
Only two chicks from 18,000 Adélie penguins survived in what animal campaigners called "Tarantino does 'Happy Feet'."
United States is the worst affected country of secret cryptocurrency mining.
The ceremonies could help explain human funerals, too.
Increasingly strict drug regulations are creating a new health crisis outside the U.S.
A new genetic pathway could lay the groundwork for male contraception, but any real result is extremely far away.
Jokingly holding a fish over your mouth is never a good idea, as one Englishman recently learned.
The synthetic skin isn't perfect, but it should be good enough to fool an octopus.
Some health experts don’t completely agree on the number of kids that actually need to be immunized.
Genetic research is plunging into the many mysteries of these odd creatures
Astronomers have mapped a point 66,000 light-years away, straight across our galaxy's core.
The one-time treatment could restore eyesight to thousands of people.
There's a chance humans could be infected next.
The secret is in the acid.
There's a hole in the most successful international climate agreement ever.
Hackers are posing as Netflix employees to trick customers into giving out their details.
Scientists assess past eruptions to try to understand what will happen with the supervolcano.
Service members disclosed more symptoms when speaking with a computerized "virtual human."
An apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, is the world's first property to be sold on the online ledger.
International asteroid warning network to be put to the test by 50ft-wide asteroid.
The secret is in their ability to withstand heat.
The phenomenon has returned after 40 years.
Alphabet's Waymo also sought a public apology from Uber in a lawsuit about self-driving technology.
The world's first vaccine created in 1798 may not be what we've always thought it is.
As frightening as they are, real tsunamis do much less damage than storms—and they may be less common than scientists realized.
Malicious iPhone apps can steal users’s personal information through fake login pop-ups.
The fumes from that eruption may answer a long-held question about the planet's history.
You might see a griffin or a two-headed chicken at this bizarre taxidermy competition.
Simultaneous press conferences to unveil the findings will be held on October 16 in Germany, the U.S. and the U.K.