Scientists may have found a way to make traversable wormholes a reality. How? Two black holes and some quantum entanglement.
Rarely-seen stellar streams show us that many stars in our galaxy actually came from smaller, neighboring galaxies.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the source of those mysterious fast radio bursts you’ve heard about, and they have some new theories.
Electric eels and origami inspired scientists to create a soft battery that could revolutionize soft robotics. Here’s what you need to know.
Scientists just performed an experiment, they claim, reversed the arrow of time. But did it really? Here’s what we know.
Forget the big red button, this is the U.S. would actually conduct nuclear war.
Greenland loses close to 100 million Olympic size swimming pools of water per year. We know that statistic thanks to this critical NASA mission.
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?
Lab grown meat has been making headlines recently, but is it actually a better alternative to the traditional meat industry?
Sleep studies have found that quality, not quantity of sleep determines how rested you are. But what is quality sleep and how do we get it?
Each winter, people seem to blame their mood on the cold weather. But does Seasonal Affective Disorder really exist?
Eating meat has been part of the human identity for 2.5 million years, but according to science, what exactly is meat?
If you want better grades in school, studies suggest it might be worth switching out your laptop for a trusty, old-fashioned notebook.
We all know the news can be biased, but what about entertainment TV? Can mindless, seemingly-apolitical shows actually change our opinions?