Astronauts get motion sickness, too! However, through training with NASA scientists like Dr. Patricia Cowings, they learn to control it.
Looking for a new home beyond earth? Icy moons in the outer reaches of our solar system could be a contender.
Life on Earth has adapted to our 24 hour day, but the Earth’s spin is slowing down. What would it be like to live on an Earth that stops spinning?
There's wisdom in crowds, and scientists are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to predict political crisis and forecast the future
The world’s most powerful tractor beam just lifted a 2 centimeter ball. But will it make levitating humans a reality?
Why is there so much commuter traffic? This mathematical model offers an insight into our traffic nightmares.
For male porcupines, there is prowess in a powerful pee stream.
Practically everything around us is matter, but how did the first scientists figure that out? What is matter made of?
For a slug, sex can end with a loss of genitals.
We know that pee can tell us if we are dehydrated or pregnant, but scientists say that it can reveal so much more. What can our pee really tell us?
This complicated blood disorder affects 1 in 400 African Americans. But how did we discover it in the first place?
Many species, including some of our closest primate relatives, have penis bones. Why don’t we?
Meat was an essential part of early human evolution, but that was millions of years ago. Do we still need it?
Over 60 years ago, Einstein’s brain was stolen, preserved, dissected and sent in pieces across the country. Who was behind this theft for science?
Lab grown meat has been making headlines recently, but is it actually a better alternative to the traditional meat industry?