At least 97 percent of scientists who regularly publish research focusing on environmental science agree that climate change is caused by human activity over the past century, according to NASA.
The process could make it harder to remember our dreams, scientists believe.
Their five-year study found many similarities between the thrill-seeking and sometimes inexplicable-seeming choices of teens and those of adolescent animals developing in the wild.
Teenagers' sometimes inexplicable choices can be understood as a rational developmental phase when seen through the lens of animal behavior.
In experiments with mice, Karsenty's team noted that within three minutes of being placed in a stressful situation, the rodents' levels of osteocalcin spiked to four times the baseline amount. Researchers found a similar response in people.
"Because of this study, we now know that these edited cells can survive in a patient, and they will stay there," an expert said.
We just might be on the cusp of a mental health treatment revolution as researchers find that anxiety is a whole-brain phenomenon and proceed in identifying the complex neuronal circuits involved.
A new research center funded by private donors will study possible psilocybin therapies at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The research adds to the evidence that tests don't only measure how smart individuals are, but also other skills like perseverance and motivation, an expert told "Newsweek."
Until recently CBD was an obscure extract of a cousin of the marijuana plant, now it's everybody's favorite miracle cure for whatever ails them.
Science shows that dogs are better in different areas than their feline friends especially when it comes to health.
The battle for top dog, or in this case cat, has been going on since the dawn of time, but science has finally found the answer.
"We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America, and curing childhood cancer very shortly," Trump told supporters at a Cincinnati rally.
Asteroid 2019 OK is about 328 feet in diameter, traveling at almost 15 miles a second; if it hit, it would have struck with over 30 times the energy of Hiroshima.
Meme creator Matty Roberts and Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell are working together to bring a memorable, safe event to all Area 51 "raiders" on September 20.
Although "meth-gators" is somewhat extreme, scientists do believe some drugs in the sewer system are affecting wildlife populations.
Making an AI that could defeat humans at six player poker was seen as a benchmark for scientists for decades.
Nova Spivack wants to preserve all of mankind's knowledge, back it up and store it across the solar system for future civilizations.
"We would see resistance increase four or six-fold in just one generation," the lead researcher said. "We didn't have a clue that something like that could happen this fast."
Do you care about the search for extraterrestrial intelligence? Let these researchers know.
Why do unidentified language theories keep getting through peer review and into media coverage?
Researchers handed in fake lost wallets in places like museums and hotels, and waited to see if it would be returned to its owner.
While some of the salamanders survived in the bells for 19 days, others went from alert, active and swimming in the pitcher fluid to dead in three days.
Nature doesn't do subpoenas: it does tornadoes, floods, wildfires and droughts. No leader can stonewall it.
Female STEM professionals are less visible and paid less than their male counterparts.
Science photographers can expose scenes that are otherwise impossible to view.
Estimates of the size of North Korea's test in September 2017 place it between 70 and 280 kilotons of TNT equivalent.
"We now have the freedom to build many of the intricate structures found in the body," said one of the authors of a new study.