Scotland Ready for Loch Ness Monster DNA

A new DNA survey of Loch Ness hopes to find evidence of the monster, Nessie, which could trigger a government plan developed by Scottish Natural Heritage.

How Far Were We From a Real Jurassic Park in 1993?

In 1993, Newsweek examined what looked like a dinosaur phenomenon the likes of which hadn't been seen since the first fossils were discovered: "Jurassic Park" and its sparking of a discussion about cloning.

Fake Moon Dust Alters Human DNA

"Dust" is a bit of a misnomer: Moon dust is essentially tiny particles of glassy rock formed when things crash into the lunar surface and briefly melt the rocky crust.