Tech & Science
Letter says study that found monkeys are physically capable of speaking is wrong.
Petya was only masquerading as ransomware. Its real function was to destroy victims’ data.
The search for life continues, with exploration narrowed to deep below the Martian surface.
Jay Pasachoff says U.S. eclipse totality will not only be beautiful, but it will tell us a lot about the sun.
World Health Organization says decreased condom use and increased travel is leading to drug-resistant gonorrhoea
Researchers hope Ugandan farmers will be growing pro-vitamin A bananas by 2021.
If the amount is confirmed, the 16,000-pound haul will be the biggest ivory shipment seized on record.
The lethal pathogen has already wiped out a million trees in Italy and has been spotted across Europe.
The only current smartphone with OLED screen technology is the Samsung Display.
Pence caught "space fever" as a kid. Now he's set to chair the National Space Council.
The discovery is the result of a four-year research project
Adams once convinced Mike Pence, then governor of Indiana, to open syringe exchanges for drug users. That influence could help address the nationwide opioid epidemic.
A swarm of close to 900 earthquakes hit Yellowstone National Park in June.
Newly discovered particle was predicted to exist by the Standard Model of particle physics.
Greenpeace said listing the World Heritage Site as endangered would have forced the Australian government to act on climate change.
Researchers have found that the brain’s immune cells in the hypothalamus are responsible for diet-driven weight gain.
New research shows corals can re-emit sunlight as a red-orange glow.
Scientist warn the results are preliminary, but demonstrate the potential of personalized medicine in cancer treatment.
Research will help scientists understand how cancer cells reach different parts of the body to form new tumors.
The iceberg is poised to break off "any day now" and could pose a risk to ships.
The rise in robotic "sextech" raises complex ethical questions.
Astronomers discover hypervelocity stars originally came from a dwarf galaxy orbiting the Milky Way.
The high-profile CEO had embodied the tech industry's worst excesses.
Razanandrongobe sakalavae is the oldest and largest representative of Notosuchia—a type of crocodilian that lived millions of years ago.
Study of menstrual cycle indicates hormones do not impair women’s cognitive abilities.
Scientists have analyzed over 30 years worth of data to find out what’s going on with the sun and its unusual activity.
Donald Trump may be cutting funding to the environmental sciences, but one near-endangered butterfly is thriving.
A second look at CDC data shows that racial disparity in health starts in the earliest days of life.
Genetic variant helps explain why osteoarthritis is more common in European and Asian populations.
In our smartphone saturated world, anxiety and depression are rife and the way we communicate with each other has become distant and diminished.