Tech & Science
It's a way for humans to practice living on Mars while we're still figuring out how to get there.
Like a sponge, these wristbands soak up chemicals that could have an impact on human health.
The telescope is now due to be launched between March and June 2019.
The effect is similar to eating highly processed foods, an expert explains.
The deep blue hole was spotted by Johnny Gaskell on Google Maps.
Human remains from South Africa indicate first humans diverged up to 350,000 years ago.
Ships carrying 100 people could head to the red planet by 2024.
The process of "dabbing" has been around since at least the 1970s, but it's now gaining popularity.
The virus has become more aggressive, increasing the threat of lifelong problems.
It's still coming, six years later.
How supermassive black holes formed so quickly after the start of the universe has long baffled scientists.
Welcome to the neighborhood where octopuses socialize and find mates.
New research contradicts previous assumptions about why this marsupial was wiped out.
Network of detectors in U.S. and Europe was used to zoom in on the source of gravitational waves.
When shifting attention between two separate tasks, the birds outperformed their counterparts.
About 800 leg bones from large cats of all ages shows the unique power of this kitten.
The finding could lead to a drug to block these underlying factors.
This is a key milestone in NASA’s longer-term plan to send humans to Mars.
They're not just fields of ice spikes as tall as skyscrapers—they can also tell us about Pluto's past.
Warblers are headed to Puerto Rico this week, and the birds will arrive on an island transformed.
The neuroscience of rap is fascinating and shows that it's a lot more than just musical rhymes.
This giant rat is gold-colored, a foot and a half long, and was just a rumor among scientists for decades.
The 4-year-old Tonkean macaque exhibited prolonged attachment to the infant's desiccated corpse before starting to chew its remains.
Energy harvested from the evaporation of water might be able to provide up to 70 percent of U.S. demand for electricity.
It turns out we don't really have a clue what they're saying—despite their using only one call.
Please? Can everyone just work together on this?
A scientist and four students went to the Caribbean and collected and described 15 new species, and they are certain there are more out there.
The first state dinosaur was declared in 1982, and now there are 11. Nearly a third of those were declared this year, and it's only September.
Like all felines, the kittens in Saturn's rings are coy with their secrets.
These dangerous personalities appear to favor certain songs over others, although the reason why is not yet clear.