One academics said the hearing had yielded "insufficient data to form any opinion or even inform a perspective."
I chose to lead this expedition because it addresses a fundamental question of great importance to the future of humanity: "Are we alone?"
Nuclear physicist Grigory Klinishov was co-creator of the Soviet Union's first two-stage hydrogen bomb.
The spider's unusual behavior makes it much less appealing to some predators, allowing them to hide in plain sight.
Researchers looking into the origins of the virus have had access to an international database revoked in a row over data from the early days of the pandemic.
The cows can produce up to 36,000 pounds of milk a year.
The iconic Doomsday Clock has remained at 100 seconds to midnight for the last two years. Could the events of 2022 have edged the clock even closer to midnight?
"It's a huge problem," hydrogeologist Rich Pauloo told Newsweek, "we'll run out of groundwater in 100-400 years at business as usual rate."
Scientist Morgan Levine shares her expert advice on how to slow the aging process in this original essay for Newsweek.
Forensic pathologist Charmaine van Wyk told Newsweek medieval forms of torture would rank highly in terms of most horrific deaths.
Scientists have vocally protested the auction of large dinosaur specimens in the past, many of which sell for millions of dollars.
Microplastics accumulate up the food chain, increasing in concentration in predators compared with prey.
Debris from previous Mars landings and crashes might affect future missions to the red planet.
Deep sea mining involves scouring the seabed with machines for concentration of important or valuable minerals, such as manganese.
The NOAA scientists found the otherworldly blob 1,400 feet below the surface of the Caribbean Sea.
Becky Smethurst tells Newsweek a black hole is a couch cushion, "not pulling anything towards them. But if you lose something down the side, it's gone forever."
Researchers have discovered remains of a massive coral reef in a desert plain they previously thought was featureless.
A recent study shows depression may not be caused by a chemical imbalance, leading some people to say Cruise was right for disparaging antidepressants in 2005.
Dr. Hugh Adler from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine told Newsweek that the findings are not unexpected
Antarctic fish have been discovered by researchers to have ugly parasitic tumors all over their bodies, potentially as a result of warming ocean temperatures.
Associate Professor Brittany L. Kmush told Newsweek that although monkeypox is not thought of as an airborne virus, its mode of transmission may have changed.
The cephalopod was later transported to Echizen Matsushima Aquarium for further research and preservation.
Early forms of government were able to capitalize when resources like wheat and corn could be weighed.
The woman appears to be the third person ever to be cured of HIV.
Eric Lander is staying on as a presidential adviser after an internal review found he violated the "Safe and"Respectful Workplace Policy."
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission said the incident was a happy one as it would help with their ongoing skunk survey.
Members of the scientific community said they "deplore the personal attacks on Dr. Fauci."
Sunlight is linked to the production of oxygen. Scientists in Denmark suggest that some organisms can also produce oxygen where sunlight doesn't exist.
"In short, we panicked," wrote the infectious disease expert in his new book.
It is usually so cold at the Greenland Summit Station that any precipitation falls in the form of snow, making the territory's first rainfall a red flag.