Tech & Science
Caltech noted that it’s already been used to draw a “life-sized portrait of a bacterium and a bacterium-sized portrait of a rooster."
This isn't the first time Goop has disseminated questionable information.
As one local jokes, "One whiff and you're stiff."
Modern geese are terrifying enough as it is, but this ancient goose-like dino would have been even more of a nightmare.
A new breathtaking spider was discovered in Guyana during a recent wildlife expedition.
The ship can run for 50 miles at a speed of eight miles an hour.
The incredible discovery is helping scientists define our understanding of how black holes grow.
Flu season typically comes in two waves; even if you've missed the boat on the first wave, there's still time to get ready for the second.
"It might be small, but it might be very important. Because that's how it started, with one little bone. And it helps us to understand our origins."
If successful, the project would prove fusion power is feasible on a commercial scale—with the first fusion power plants expected by 2040.
The pollywog was even bigger than the arachnid.
Are females born to be athletes?
The region is in the middle of the strongest and longest wind event of the year.
One of the stars that collided had to have been at least 6.6 miles across—absolutely tiny compared to our sun.
Corporal punishment, such as spanking or hitting your children, could have psychological consequences.
Is Siri confusing the man with the career?
Popular stories about Saint Nicholas served as an inspiration for the legend of Father Christmas in the 16th century.
The device will search for the origins of the universe.
Scientists were investigating K2-18b when they came across another planet hiding behind it.
The device will look for stars like our own sun and examine planets similar to Earth.
Two new studies add to the evidence that air pollution is affecting us.
An alarming spike in the population has led to several such invasions.
Obama had three tweets among the top nine retweets. Trump? Zero.
The recently patented technology could one day save an astronaut from becoming lost in space.
Some negative dreams may signal psychological distress.
“It was nearly half a pizza,” he said. “This has got to be for herself.”
The caves have eerily straight walls and ceilings, and sections are full of water.
Should avoiding vaccines be treated like a crime? Increasingly it is.
NASA already explained the "concretion" phenomenon when a similar image made the rounds in 2014.
Evidence suggests ancient humans may have hunted the mammoth and then stored the meat at the bottom of a pond.