Imagine walking into a garden at nighttime. While this would be beautiful in and of itself, imagine that these plants are glowing with their own light-a bit like
What does a 170-year-old bottle of bubbly taste like? Researchers have uncovered a shipwrecked trove of sugary, 19th century champagne and have
Scientists are getting a better grasp of primate grip. They've taken a closer look at how humans and gorillas hold objects and have learned a bit
Researchers at the University of Michigan Health System agreed that close to two-thirds of people believe that their state should allow medical
Last minute studying for an exam might seem like a good idea if you're not prepared, but will it really be any help? A new study suggests that it's
Scientists have discovered an invasive, parasitic fly on the Galapagos Islands may have come from mainland South America.
Microalgae may be the fuel of the future. Scientists have found that microalgae offer a highly promising alternative to petroleum products without
Astronomers have uncovered the inner region of a young star and its planets located 130 light-years from Earth.
A cold cosmic mystery may have been solved. The Cold Spot, which is a larger-than-expected unusually cold area of the sky in the map of radiation
If you're happy and you know it ... sweat?
Our biological clocks may not be impacted by the time of day, but instead may be affected by the color of light that we experience
MESSENGER's mission may be ending sometime this spring when the spacecraft runs out of propellant, but it's still chugging along until then.
It makes sense that children with attention deficit disorder (ADHD) would be more likely to fidget, but could this behavior also be particularly
New findings published in the journal Child Abuse & Neglect show that adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may have also been
Space trash is a growing problem as more and more debris is released into our Earth's orbit. Now, scientists have put forward a blueprint for a
There may be a natural way to help coastal ecosystems: fish pee.
New findings published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism are looking at things from a bit of a different perspective. Could
There have been some major advances in artificial photosynthesis.
Our ancient human ancestors may have been cannibals.