An ingredient commonly used in sunscreen and other cosmetics, avobenzone, can break down into dangerous toxins in poolside conditions, according to a study in Russia.
Scientists have long pondered the strange qualities of water, and researchers in Sweden have just found that at room temperature it might at once exist as two distinct liquids with differing densities and molecular structures.
Lawmakers may compel the US military to establish a dedicated fighting force for space — against the wishes of some senior Air Force leaders.
A new study shows that cannabidiol, known as CBD, improves mental functioning in rats impaired by a condition analogous to schizophrenia in humans.
While data compiled by the company, Ambrosia LLC, suggest health benefits, outside experts say such claims should be met with caution.
Researchers at MIT have developed 3D-printed noodles that can be shipped flat and twist into new shapes when immersed in water.
Elite military units are specializing in mock space warfare, as Russia and China develop anti-satellite weaponry.
Florida-based Moon Express is among several private companies gearing up to harvest resources from the moon and asteroids.
A survey of 41,000 patients taking ketamine for pain found they were half as likely to show symptoms of depression compared to those not consuming the drug.
Research into super-thin materials holds promise for advanced quantum computing technologies.