Released following the deadly Manchester Arena bombing, a psychological study of convicted terrorists shows how their moral code differs from those of other people.
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Scientists have confirmed that all seven planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system circle their star in a sort of gravitational lockstep with one another.
Research posits that Earth emerged from a completely new structure after a planetary collision, with outer layers of vaporized rock rotating in orbit around the rest of the body.
A new research paper looks at the history of human-induced space weather, assessing short-term effects as well as others that may have created permanent alterations.
Drawing inspiration from how mammalian brains process sight, researchers have found a way to mimic the functions of biological neural networks on a next-gen “memristor” chip.
Elite military units are specializing in mock space warfare, as Russia and China develop anti-satellite weaponry.
Virtual reality consumption is also expected to grow this year, but at a slower pace than augmented reality, according to new market research.
Electric cars are only as clean as the source of energy they're plugged into — and Tennessee offers a lesson in how build a better clean-vehicle market.
The early ancestors of 100-foot-long blue whales were dolphin-sized, according to new research that explains how they and other whale giants got to be so big.
The president's $4.1 trillion budget package for 2018 would ax a variety of medical, energy, and basic research programs, while boosting funding for defense and homeland security.
The record-breaking pepper isn't recommended for eating, because it may be the last thing a person ever tastes.
A new study has found that what language you speak might alter your perception of time.
The lab-produced material could have practical implications for the treatment of melanin-deficient disorders such as vitiligo and albinism.
Humanity first arose in the Eastern Mediterranean around 7.2 million years ago, suggests new analysis of fossils for a hominin species nicknamed “El Graeco.”
Researchers surveying 30 years of studies on attraction found that olfactory and acoustic factors played a major role in attractiveness.
The 5,000-year-old ruins could unlock the secrets of the Indus Valley civilization, which disappeared mysteriously around 3,000 BC.