A new study shows U.S. and allied scientists are helping China's military as it strives to build an army that cannot be defeated.
From a scientific curiosity to a global crisis, our understanding of climate change has evolved over the centuries.
Scientists from Macquarie University have found that women can identify if a man is single just from their body odor.
The brown marmorated stink bug causes extensive damage to many crops and can migrate indoors during the winter months.
Scientists have found that dogs produce more tears when their owners appear compared with other people that they know.
Research also showed the amount of sugar released by seagrasses would be enough to produce dozens of billions of sugary fizzy drinks.
The supermassive black hole, which weighs as much as 4.3 million suns, is only the second ever to be imaged.
Japan's Meiji University has developed an electrical stimulation waveform and chopstick device that enhances the taste of low-sodium foods.
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has dismissed COVID-19 as a "little flu."
Such substances are bad for people's health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say.
The properties of the toxins in the venom have already shown promise in medicine, researchers say.
The structure is one of two thermochemical piles in Earth's mantle that influence processes at the planet's core.
A newer study suggests that daily exercise can decrease anxiety, which may help with an array of pandemic-induced symptoms documented in other research.
From magnetic vaccines to COVID-causing 5G signals, Newsweek has compiled a list of some of the wildest conspiracy theories of recent times.
These findings indicate that the number of COVID patients without symptoms might be double what was previously reported.
Physicists tried for 16 years to find flaws in Albert Einstein's ground-breaking theory of general relativity, which is the best description of gravity we have.
Don't move just yet. Scientific paranormal investigators tell Newsweek what to do if you think you're living with ghosts.
A survey found 99.9 percent of scientific studies say climate change is caused by human activity. One expert said it should be "the last word" on the subject.
The study indicates that indigenous accounts of bears bashing walruses' heads in with stones and chunks of ice are based in fact.
The New Zealand air force flew more than 2,400 miles in order to land on an ice runway in Antarctica and evacuate the injured individual.
An increase in rattlesnake numbers could potentially make human-rattlesnake encounters more common.
Dogs are known as man's best friend—and studies suggest they can even show compassion for their owners in distress.
They likely take advantage "of all the new scavenging opportunities from dead animals that were churned up in the storm," study author Neil Hammerschlag says.
With a more streamlined research process, real science could guide future marijuana policy reforms.
"We want to deploy our resources and competences to contribute to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic," CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti said.
A study published Friday finds the the common anti-parasite drug Ivermectin can stop the virus that causes COVID-19 from multiplying in a laboratory setting.
Robber crabs—also known as coconut crabs—are the largest terrestrial invertebrates in the world
The data was derived from analyses of the genetic and health data of 200,000 military veterans.
University of Toronto researchers have suggested in a new study that mortality is on the rise for white Americans due to the misperception that they are losing status despite no evidence of that loss.