Have you heard the news? Mars has ice, and that ice is made from clean water. With this discovery, we’re one step closer to colonizing Mars.
What’s worse than hungry sharks patrolling coastal waters for a human-sized snack? How about two-headed hungry sharks?
Artist Stephen Wiltshire can re-create sprawling cityscapes down to the smallest of details from memory after seeing them only once.
When it comes to amazing discoveries, 2017 will be remembered as the year when what was once only science fiction became science fact.
Flies have a deadly reputation for spreading diseases and bacteria, but some scientists now think they might actually be able to help us.
Sometimes nature likes to mix things up a bit. Could you see a human male being pregnant? In the seahorse world, that’s how life works.
The human brain is an amazing tool, but why is it so lousy at comprehending the seriousness of big picture problems like climate change?
Do you dream about living near the ocean? How about ON the ocean, in a self-governing, floating city. What could possibly go wrong?
Climate change might be destroying our much-needed morning cup of coffee. Is this the wake-up call our caffeine-crazed world needs?
Everyone loves a hot shower, but research suggests our daily scrubbing regiments might be doing our bodies more harm than good. That stinks.
We all hate it when bugs crash a good picnic, but here's the thing: insects are vital to our survival, and studies show we are wiping them out.
Scientists have discovered a way to make the piggies that go to market skinnier but will this new, CRISPR'd bacon ever reach your table?
Evolution has given the human body some odd parting gifts, like the appendix. People just don't eat as much tree bark as they used to.
Albert Einstein predicted that we all experience time differently depending where on the world we are, and NASA thinks it's all about speed.
Today’s scientists just witnessed two stars collide 130 million years in the past. We have Albert Einstein to thank for showing us where to look.
Is how we view the world around us being influenced by factors we're not even aware of? Our brains are great, but they're not perfect.
On a basic level, plants are demonstrating the ability to think and remember. For them, it might not be about survival of the fittest, but the...
They may look like something out of a horror movie, but these ugly bugs are very real and very, very big.
It spent nearly 20 years traveling hundreds of millions of miles and studying Saturn from every angle. You did good kid, ya did real good.
Nature can be beautiful, but sometimes if you take a moment to scratch just below the surface what you'll find might disgust you.
Mustard gas destroyed thousands of lives during World War I, so why is it being mentioned alongside a game-changing lifesaver like chemotherapy?
The responses to a suspenseful film clip are similar between some people with brain injuries and healthy patients. That finding has researchers...
CRISPR. Sounds delicious. The word itself looks impressive. But there’s good reason why the scientific community is equal parts salivating and...
These stunning images showcase the incredible complexity of the human brain through an explosive fusion of art and science.
Thanks to some scraps of DNA and a lot of scientific ingenuity there's hope that some long-extinct creatures may walk the Earth again.
Bees are in danger. Large numbers of them are dying, and scientists are still trying to pin down the exact cause, and how to stop it.
Mother Nature has her fair share of troublemakers, including teeny moth larvae named the wax worm who like to feast on the wax of beehives.
What’s a lonely Japanese pufferfish to do when he’s in search of a mate and needs to make a spectacular first impression? Get artistic, of course.
In the upcoming documentary film Let There Be Light, about humankind’s groundbreaking strides towards the harnessing of the currently unavailable...
Humanity's most advanced telescopes can only take snapshots of the cosmos but astronomers are using supercomputers to simulate and test their...