The pits on the moon might lead to caves big enough to fit cities, but how were they formed?
We’re learning about what space does to our bodies, but what about our brains? MRI scans of astronauts revealed some worrying results.
Half of the universe’s baryonic matter has been missing, but astronomers just found it. Where exactly was it and what took us so long?
Your circadian rhythm can be interrupted from the light emitted from your phone, but how? What is it doing to your brain?
A.I. advancements are making robots look more like humans. How long until they replace us?
Since the invention of flight, planes seem to have only gotten bigger. But what about helicopters? Why are they still so small?
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?
The idea that weather effects earthquakes has been a popular myth for centuries, but has science shown that it might be true?
Each winter, people seem to blame their mood on the cold weather. But does Seasonal Affective Disorder really exist?
The media loves to say antioxidants are the key to extending your life, except when they aren't. So which is it?
After killing senescent "zombie" cells in mice, researchers were able to extend the mice's lives by 25%. But what are these hidden cells?
Everyone loves a good sale, but should we? Here’s what bargain shopping does to your brain.
Scientists have studied the common phrase, "happiness is contagious," to see if it's really true.
After studying monkeys in the lab, scientists found humans aren’t the only species to experience jealousy. Here’s how it works in the brain.