The MUSE instrument, part of the European Space Observatory's (ESO) Very Large Telescope, has given astronomers the best 3D glimpse into the deep Universe, according to new research.
People forget things every day, whether it's as simple as where we left our keys or the name of that new colleague at work. But we can also sometimes make false memories - a mistake that bumblebees also experience, according to a new study.
People who sleep too much, that is, more than 8 hours a day, have a higher risk of stroke, according to a new study.
The brilliant blue stripe of one mollusk, the blue-rayed limpet, may not only protect this tiny marine organism from outside predators, but could also inspire responsive, transparent displays, according to new research.
For all you coffee drinkers out there always worried about spilling, you might want to start opting for a latte instead. A new study reveals why lattes, cappuccinos and other foamy drinks are less likely to slosh over the rim compared to a cup of Joe.
Before you rejoice over a possible solution to the ongoing plastic pollution problem, know that Great Barrier Reef corals that eat microplastics may be putting themselves at risk with their unique appetite, according to a new study.
Scientists have discovered the first direct evidence that rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are heating up the Earth, increasing the harmful greenhouse gas effect and exacerbating climate change, new research finds.
Scientists have discovered a monstrous black hole about 13 billion light-years away from Earth, and it is the largest they have ever seen, a new study says.
Common food additives, it turns out, may cause obesity and metabolic syndrome, among other conditions, according to a new study.
Scientists may have finally solved the mysterious origin of matter in the Universe, something that had puzzled physicists for many years, according to a new study.
An international team of scientists has successfully grown leg muscle in a lab dish, leading the way to possible treatments for a large number of muscle disorders, according to a new study.
It has been suggested that animals living in challenging or harsh environments have enhanced mental capabilities, and now new research indicates mountain chickadees in particular, which survive at higher altitudes, may be better problem solvers.
Women often go to great lengths (pun intended) to gain the most perfect, curly, long eyelashes using mascara, fake eyelashes and even treatments like Latisse. And now scientists have revealed the perfect lash length, proving that more isn't always better.
About 13 million years ago in what is now northeastern Peru, ancient shell-crunching crocodiles ruled the Amazon, according to new research.