You're more of a Neanderthal than you think.
A team of researchers from Harvard announced that they have lost the only known sample of metallic hydrogen on Earth.
Dragons -- Komodo dragons, that is -- might actually save us all.
On average, all women at birth will reach 85 years for most of the countries included in the study.
Cassini's ring grazing orbits resulted in the close-up images of the hardy objects that create a disruptive pattern on Saturn's rings.
The epidemic hit the Nenets and Khanty people in the northern Siberia after carb-heavy foods such as instant noodles and bread were introduced in their diet.
Orbital collisions are what NASA is trying to avoid in space. And if most missions will launch in the 2020 Mars window, there will be more spacecraft to regulate on Mars.
NASA unveiled its Trappist-1e retro travel poster. The poster is available for free download in different sizes.
After going through five years of drought, California is now under a new threat. Since the beginning of the year, California has experienced major storms, extreme flooding and severe landslides. New research has connected these to atmospheric rivers.
Researchers from the State University of New York have released a new study that elaborated a new method to use sunlight to distill drinking water.
It appears the machine "threat" is not as mediocre as some thought. It seems, if AI experts are right, that machines will quickly become smarter than humans by the time they achieve human-level intelligence.
A recent study reveals that more people are engaging in BDSM than what's expected, and "Fifty Shades" lead character Christian Grey may be misinterpreting the practice.
New research from the University of Michigan suggests that signs of psychopathy can already be noticed and detected in children that are as young as two years old.
Radioactive particles are mysteriously floating across Europe, leaving everyone baffled, including the experts.