Tech & Science
Those burned potato chips could be dangerous.
After surgery, the victim retained his normal eyesight.
The theory is further supported by the fact that the famous “Egyptian blue” was also manufactured from copper byproducts.
Its thrusters hadn't been used since the 80s.
A few simple tricks can help get that mesmerizing snapshot.
This year's one and only supermoon can be visible out your window or livestreamed.
Scientists identified feather-forming genes in birds and then activated the same ones in alligator embryos.
It's unlike anything else scientists have seen.
If you aren't willing to accept the evidence Earth is round, what do you do with Mars, Jupiter and the rest?
Even the healthy Mediterranean diet doesn't work for everyone.
“Salivation, tears, urinating on yourself, sweating, diarrhea, throwing up...all of that’s going to happen."
American medicine has made a breakthrough, and a woman who thought she'd never get pregnant has given birth.
Weaver ant bites hurt and they taste bad, so several animals pretend to be them.
Wind farms in Oklahoma, Iowa and South Dakota will help power Google's global operations.
There may be a psychological explanation for why the world is not more worried about possible nuclear warfare.
An ongoing case in Israel touches on a decades-old global debate.
The auroras were basically constant for more than a week.
How can you know if your last wishes will be honored?
Spongebob is a very primitive creature.
In the Russian Far East, scientists thought they had spotted a tiger flee shelter from the snow, possibly spooked by a much smaller female leopard sleeping inside.
Beliefs in rape myths increased perceived sexual desire and consent.
If these results could be replicated, it could be a huge boost to efforts to find a cure for HIV.
The finding means we may need to add places like Pluto and Eris to our list of potentially habitable destinations.
The black holes were the closest orbiting pair ever discovered.
A supermoon occurs when a full moon coincides with the perigee of the moon’s orbital cycle.
A major advance in synthetic biology was made public this week.
The massive power pack will supply 3,000 homes
The CDC recommended HIV testing as part of an annual checkup for all American adults.
Intelligent trucks could clear dangerous chemicals from icy roads.
Why grey hair and balding is more than just a vanity issue.