The planet's spin is slowing down. In 200 million years, people on Earth will get one extra hour per day.
A new study revealed that according to new information, meal times may help to ease jet lag and reset body clocks
A new study has revealed that playing video games for an hour each week may increase cognitive abilities in children
Scientists on their way to making the most precise clock ever.
A new study is shedding light on the origin of the universe and examines the symmetry and asymmetry between space and time together.
Do you eat at or after midnight? Scientists have found that the midnight munchies may actually mangle your memory the next day.
Why send a message back in time, but then lock it so that no one can ever read the contents? This may be the key to solving currently intractable problems.
When bread and potatoes are cooked at high heats, these foods run the risk of containing high-levels of acrylamide--a cancer causing chemical that forms in the process.
Scientists may have solved a 300-year-old mystery. They've found out what causes pendulum clocks to sync up over time.
It turns out that June is getting an extra second. Scientists have announced that Tuesday, June 30, 2015 will receive a "leap" second.
People who sleep less may eat more, according to recent findings published in the Journal Health Psychology (JHP).
New findings published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology demonstrate just how important sleep really is. It triggers synapses in our brains that strengthen and weaken, which prompt the forgetting, strengthening or modification of our memories, otherwise known as long-term potentiation (LTP).