A new study shows the effectiveness of medical marijuana in preventing the abuse of prescription drugs.
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The list of issues reported by Transport for London is shocking.
There’s a special reason these generally solo cephalopods have decided to cohabitate.
Scientists develop the first robots capable of merging into a single-minded unit.
“These facts have been presented time and again, year after year, for decades,” DiCaprio says. “Quite simply, we are knowingly doing this to ourselves."
Imagine data delivered by light. This is an important benchmark toward the development of a whole new computer.
This is the 1st study to show evidence of a relationship between methylation drift and lifespan.
By using the DoNotPay chatbot, you may be able to quickly file a small-claims case against Equifax for up to $25,000.
A new study finds cause for concern over what tattoo ink is doing to the body.
Anyone can develop a great eye for design, according to the designer who led the team that created the iPod.
A recent DNA analysis shows that a skeleton found in a famous Viking grace belonged to a female warrior.
Researchers at Human Longevity have developed technology that can generate images of individuals face using only their genetic information. But not all are convinced.
Astronomers have gotten good at dating stars. But this one has them stumped.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Claire Messud on childhood, growing up, and how we contain the things that scare us.
"Well, technically it did land... just not in once piece."
A US-based company is genetically creating proteins similar to bovine collagen to make leather from living cells without the need of animals.
This conceptual framework is the most advanced representation of human emotions to date.
Concrete buildings, asphalt paved roads radiating accumulated heat throughout the night, and lack of trees contribute to the making of scorching cities.
The internet is ablaze in controversy over the new AI "Gaydar" study. Did the researchers do anything wrong by pursuing this research?