"That's science fiction, not even science fiction because it's pure fiction," said Dr. Aileen Marty, an infectious disease expert, about Centner Academy's policy.
Reacting to bad odors quickly helps us in nature by allowing us to avoid potential threats.
The asteroids have sandwiched Jupiter in its orbit, and could tell scientists about the very early stages of the solar system.
Consumption of ultra-processed foods has been on the increase over the past 20 years, the study suggests.
Crabs have evolved at least five separate times, and the process for adopting a crab shape is so popular it even has a name—carcinization.
The lights appeared to be moving in a loose pattern as they hovered over the city of Paterson this week—but there could be an Earthly explanation.
Health bodies in the Nordic nations have released statements regarding Moderna's Spikevax vaccine regarding rare links to heart inflammation.
The "Star Trek" actor was unmoved by Richard Branson's offer of a ride into space back in 2011.
The elderly southern white rhino's death has been called "profoundly sad." There are about 18,000 in the wild.
The tags, also known as acoustic devices, can be detected by floating buoys and help with public safety.
The findings suggest that tobacco was used by people 9,000 years before scientists previously thought.
The storm caused auroras as bright as day and widespread communications disruptions back in 1859.
Nuclear energy is still controversial in Japan following the Fukushima disaster, but the country's new prime minister is a supporter.
Solar storms have the potential to knock out power systems, and some warnings have been issued because of this burst of activity.
"Anti-science is now a leading cause of death in the United States," Dr. Peter Hotez said.
Extinction Rebellion said they wanted gain attention and said in a message to reporters that the demonstration was calling for climate justice.
Scientists request that Middle East policymakers demand the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to avoid climate change-related effects.
The discovery could have implications for Earth's magnetic field, a scientist involved in the study has said.
The cold sore-causing herpes simplex virus, HSV-1, is extremely common with an estimated 3.7 billion people already infected with it.
The scientist said research into how many animals might be able to catch and spread COVID is lacking, particularly where marine life is concerned.
The predator had a wingspan of more than 6 feet and a beak full of razor-sharp teeth.
Experts reconstructed the caveman's face from just a fossilized orbital bone.
Peonies are low maintenance and easy to grow but it's important to plant these hardy perennials at the right time of year for them to thrive.
Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator, or GESDA, hopes to convene policymakers and scientists worldwide in the interest of spreading advances globally.
The dramatic photos showcase the devastation left in the wake of 1,100 degress Celsius lava and the toxic fumes created as it hits the ocean.
Research proposed to a U.S. defense agency by EcoHealth Alliance, which would have involved the Wuhan Institute of Virology, has emerged amid the COVID lab leak debate.
The shower is not always particularly active, but has historically produced some spectacular night-time meteor displays
Heart inflammation conditions myocarditis and pericarditis have been reported in a small number of people who have received the vaccine.
A charity has warned that ivermectin, a drug controversially touted as a COVID medication, can cause sudden blindness in cats and dogs.
The Republican senator touted the theory, which has been circulating for weeks, in a television interview.