Forget the big red button, this is the U.S. would actually conduct nuclear war.
Grab a g-suit and experience what it’s like to fly in a jet aircraft
Devil rays are mysterious sea creatures that are rarely seen in the wild. With their population dwindling, biologists are racing to learn more about these rays before they disappear.
To prevent mega-wildfires from spiraling out of control, technicians set landscapes ablaze on purpose.
Pluto’s haze is incredibly effective at cooling the planet and scientists think we can apply its principles on Earth to fight climate change. Do you think it can work?
Nearly 60 tons of cosmic dust fall on Earth every single day, but where does it come from?
Astronauts can lose 2 percent of their bone mass each month, and experiments on the International Space Station are testing a method for countering bone loss in orbit — and back on Earth.
This robot has the digitized brain of a worm in it and it functions autonomously. Here's what it means for the future of AI.
If you want better grades in school, studies suggest it might be worth switching out your laptop for a trusty, old-fashioned notebook.
An acoustics expert wanted to see if an exploding egg could produce a big enough bang to damage an eardrum, and why it detonates in the first place.
You might be surprised to learn the hole in the ozone layer has almost healed. Even more surprising? We actually fixed it with legislation. Here’s how.
Floating cities seem like a concept of the future, but it turns out, it might just be around the corner. So just how realistic is the idea of floating cities?
Scientists have theorized how small life can actually get, but at what point is it so small, it's not considered life?
Each winter, people seem to blame their mood on the cold weather. But does Seasonal Affective Disorder really exist?
For most people, bad breath is a temporary nuisance, but some individuals inherit a genetic mutation that causes halitosis.
A computer-based analysis of the world’s folk music found that musical traditions in some countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, differ from those elsewhere in the world.
We all know the news can be biased, but what about entertainment TV? Can mindless, seemingly-apolitical shows actually change our opinions?