A new study claims that humans can communicate over the internet using brain signals alone.
Strange mushroom-like creatures found in the very deep sea off the coast of Australia have finally been named by scientists, despite the fact that they do not fit into any of the known animal groups. Researchers now suggest that this creature may inspire an overhaul of the animal family tree.
Thor apparently isn't the only Viking warrior who's allowed to be a woman. A close examination of Norse remains has revealed that a good half of the invading party that tore through Eastern England in the 800's and 900 AD was female.
A dry summer, a short garden hose, and an attentive groundskeeper is apparently all you need to make what experts are calling a "significant" archaeological discovery at Stonehenge.
Life-sized, towering, and even miniature figures sprawled across Horseshoe Canyon's "Great Gallery" have been found to be a lot younger than previously thought, placing them in a pivotal time in human history.
The dangerous and highly adaptable food borne illness Listeria monocytogenes is reportedly extremely difficult to treat when treatment is necessary. Now researchers think they have figured out why this is, potentially opening up doors for strategies and treatment options.
Archaeologists have unearthed the palace of potentially the biggest partier of the Bronze Age, boasting a personal wine cellar significantly larger than any ever seen before.
Researcher studying cyanobacteria in hot springs have discovered that the potentially harmful algae can live in near-darkness, absorbing far-red light and converting it into energy while releasing oxygen. This is a major step forward towards better understanding the harmful algae blooms (HABs) that are occurring in Lake Erie and other lakes worldwide.
Scientists have discovered what seems like a new form of plant communication between a "vampire" plant and its prey.
Researchers are suggesting the marijuana plant can be used for more than just medicine and recreation, claiming that hemp-based fibers might just usher in the next age of electronics.
A little-known species of ant in Madagascar may be the most heroic little bug the world has ever seen. In order to defend its nest from potential intruders, it literally grabs hold of them and leaps off a cliff.
Neanderthals were not as slow and dumb as some believe. Researchers have recently uncovered evidence that suggests that the ancient sub-humans had more than enough cunning to hunt and catch wild pigeons.
A Philadelphia archaeology museum has recently uncovered the skeleton of a 6,500-year-old man in its own basement. This rediscovered specimen is a rare example of a victim during an "epic" flood around 4500 BC, earning it the name "Noah."
Researchers have just begun scouring through a massive collection of ancient amber, already finding some amazing things including the discovery of a 20-million-year-old sample of a locust that could fill an evolutionary gap in the fossil records.
Researchers have recently discovered that not only does a species of deep sea octopus live the longest among all known cephalopods, it also has the longest developmental period for any known organisms - a whopping four years. And while those octopus juniors are taking their sweet time to hatch, mamma vigilantly watches over them for the WHOLE TIME.