Having trouble verbalizing how stressed or burned out you are? This wearable can track how stressed out you are in real time.
Archaeologists recently made an “extremely rare” find in the Mediterranean Sea.
The objects are small, but they are levitating within an acoustic field.
It was thrown overboard and left to drift for nearly a century and a half.
Dementia can affect anyone as they age, but a new study may have uncovered an early warning sign.
A study of astronauts' brains before heading to the International Space Station and after returning home found long-term spaceflight could cau…
Chimps and gorillas are now going to war and there are casualties.
The samples will be cached on the planet before making a one way trip back to Earth sometime in the next 10 years.
The microgravity of space impacts everything from the human body to water, and after sending arachnid astronauts to the ISS, scientists found …
What will happen when these ancient, ice-bound viruses thaw out?
Right now flooding is bad, but it’s likely to get much worse.
And you don’t even need to be awake to be a power source.
Shark teeth offer a rare glimpse at prehistoric Earth.
Global warming and rising sea levels are just some of the reasons real estate developers are now looking seaward.
The Guinness World Record holder for deepest pool in the world is now a playground for divers.
Sustainable farming means looking up rather than down when you plant.
Microplastics are finding their way into our food and water, but how much?
Researchers at UC Berkeley have looked down to the ground for inspiration with their newest roach-bot.
The Sun is pretty active, but it likely just ended an 11-year quiet cycle.
These rare flashes of lighting, 100 to 1,000 times brighter than your standard lightning bolt, were confirmed in new satellite data.
It might seem like an oxymoron, but it all has to do with mass.