A new company has settled on a different location for its mining exploits: space.
A new study shows that there may be a correlation between the habitual use of aspirin and macular degeneration, an eye disease which destroys sharp, central vision.
In his inaugural address on Monday, Obama mentioned climate change as a pressing issue for the nation.
George Church has put out a call to women who wouldn’t mind giving birth to a Neanderthal.
Holly the cat has baffled scientists by travelling 200 miles to reunite with her family.
What makes the most powerful explosion in the universe? Two black holes merging, of course.
There’s some good news out there about the cancer death rate: it’s dropping.
A new treatment for Alzheimer’s is shocking—literally. The first U.S. experiments with “brain pacemakers” are now underway.
Jupiter and Earth’s moon will appear just a finger-width apart for observers across North America.
Scientists from Cambridge University state that they have seen four-stranded DNA at work in human cells for the first time and that this formation of DNA may relate to cancer.
A new study has shown that the number of seizure patients in a northern Japanese fishing community spiked in the weeks following the tsunami.