Elon Musk publishes a visionary paper on his company's plans to colonize space.
The children of very young and very old fathers were most affected.
Achieving liquid light at room temperature will boost research into quantum hydrodynamics.
Facebook researchers have found that dialog agents being trained to negotiate will create their own non-human language to be more effective. What does this mean for the future of language?
Amazon's blockbuster purchase of Whole Foods will lead to big changes in how we shop.
It could be on the market in about five years.
Self-diagnosing celiac disease is a problem. Yet gluten is becoming an increasing issue for many.
There are three types of intelligence that are necessary for success in life, says the noted psychologist Robert Sternberg.
This is the first vision test of a fetus from inside the womb.
It turns out most of the ocean's plastic is coming from a single corner of the world.
Genetic changes in Egypt might have been caused by trade routes.
Do volcanoes contribute a significant amount of CO2 to the atmosphere compared to humans?
A long-lost eight wonder of the world may have just been found in New Zealand.
Participants receiving brain stimulation were more likely to solve difficult problems creatively.
Are we falling for illusions of memory? How often we forget something is influenced not only by our inability to recall it, but also our overestimation of remembering it in the future. These illusions may be...
A recent study shows that NBA players performed worse in games where they had spent the previous night staying up late and Tweeting.
Researchers may have discovered the oldest homo sapiens yet, in Morocco.
Groundbreaking research finds that the human brain creates multi-dimensional neural structures.
Staring into another person’s eyes for 4 minutes increases intimacy. Now we know which genes might play a role.
Break-ups can be bad for your health. But new research shows that writing about your separation can improve cardiac health—as long as you write in a certain way.