Observations from NASA's Hubble telescope show these outflows contain, on average, 10 times more energy than previously thought.
A new study finds that "honesty is enforced" by a "smell of hunger" when rats decide to share food with their compatriots.
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche has been practicing meditation for decades. A recently published study suggests his brain age is 33—eight years younger than his actual age.
Scientists have used 3D scanning to identify the earliest animal with a front, a back, two symmetrical sides and openings at both ends connected to one another by a gut.
Scientists have mapped a large body of freshwater that could offer New Zealand a new supply of water.
"The pace of the scientific research has been really at a breathtaking speed," says Angela Rasmussan, a virologist and research scientist at Columbia University. "It's unprecedented."
Survey's conducted on the kelp forests of Tierra del Fuego in South America for the first time since 1973. Scientists say they are remarkably unchanged by human activity.
A new study shows research that supports Alcoholics Anonymous works in treating people suffering from alcohol use disorder.
The secret owner of Skinwalker Ranch has been revealed and he hopes to find evidence of anomalous phenomena on the mysterious ranch.
Scientists calculated the number of days in a year—70 million years ago—by counting rings in an ancient mollusk fossil.
Plastic covered in algae and micro-organisms could be releasing a smell that encourages sea turtles to mistake it for food.
Napping is linked to hypertension in middle-aged and older Chinese women, lower sperm count and better memory retention.
Researches think it could be possible that both human and rat species have seen parallel shifts in their DNA.
Clues in ancient rock suggest the early Earth did not have continents like we have today, but was covered by an ocean.
An invisibility suit may be a ways off, but physicists have developed methods that could theoretically produce cloaking technology. We spoke to an expert to learn more and find out how to protect ourselves from fictional evil scientists.
The Colorado River supplies water to around 40 million people.
Channels of warm water are merging under Thwaites glacier, new research shows.
"It's like a preemptive strike, with less mess," study author Sung Wook Paek said.
More than half of those reported infected outside China were aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which has been quarantined in Japan for over two weeks.
Unama'ki has been in the Gulf of Mexico since October and now appears to be inching closer to the Florida coast. Researchers hope she will lead them to a new white shark nursery.
Symbolism has been an important part of human society since prehistoric times. Scientists show that engravings become more salient, more memorable and easier to reproduce over time.
Mount Merapi erupted again early Thursday morning, causing volcanic material and ash rain to spew over several villages in its surrounding area.
Four years-worth of satellite data shows three calving events in Pine Island Glacier on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, the most recent of which took place at the weekend.
Scientists analyzed a core sample taken from the Dasuopu glacier on Shishapangma, the world's 14th highest mountain.
Using carbon extracted from wasp nests, scientists were able to date Australian rock art to a period of sea level rise and social disruption.
The AI tool could play a role in studying the nature of dark energy and dark matter, which seems to make up a large amount of the universe but remains an enigma, researchers said.
Divers tagged 19 adult olms then watched how much they moved over an eight year period.