Dallas businessman and explorer broke James Cameron’s world record of deepest solo dive by 66 feet.
Once a koala population falls below a critical point, it can no longer produce the next generation, leading to extinction.
An algorithm identified which of a study's participants had died or suffered heart attacks with an accuracy of more than 90 percent.
Jeff Bezos presents an ambitious utopian future during his Blue Moon lunar lander launch event, but science fiction points to some of the limitations in how the Amazon founder plans to build his future.
"In this competitive environment, it is hard to sustain the claim that Facebook is a monopoly," argued the VP.
These early stars may have blown up in a more violent and asymmetric fashion than previously thought.
“You see the tumor so much clearer because it lights up like a Christmas tree,” said Adam Mamelak, senior investigator of the trial.
What exactly is Yolo? How do you connect it to your Snapchat? We have the answers.
Researchers have identified a group of ancient bald cypress trees which are over 2,000 years old.
Female STEM professionals are less visible and paid less than their male counterparts.
“The main joy of being a biologist is that we are continually surprised and this paper certainly did that," an expert told Newsweek.
AI devices, heads-up displays, smart license plates and more are make drivers safer.
Less than half of crowdfunded projects meet their goals, but these speakers, sleep trackers, puzzles and more killed it on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Newsweek presents the winners and some of the recognized images in categories such as Wrecks, Behavior and Underwater Portraits.
At the end of the last glacial era, carbon gases trapped on the seafloor escaped, causing drastic warming that helped end the last ice age. A scientist says climate change could cause this process to repeat.
ProJared has announced that he will be getting a divorce from his wife Heidi, leading to an avalanche of allegations including infidelity, fan grooming and nude pictures.
While a proven human vaccine for HIV does not yet exist, the researchers hope that their new strategy could boost effectiveness when one is developed.
The demilitarized stretch of land acts as a buffer between North and South Korea, and has become a de facto wildlife sanctuary.
The creatures have no digestive tract, and instead rely on bacteria living them inside to produce hydrogen sulfide for nutrition.
Study reveals how fast pollution from human activities can enter the food webs in the deepest part of the ocean.
There are only 144 kakapos left in the world.
The global climate underwent “such rapid and unpredictable change that it limited the ability of some people to adapt quickly enough,” a new study argues.
We show that at least one third of all continental crust has been massively deformed since the supercontinent Pangea first started breaking up.