In a sense, a proton acts very much like a star.
Cyberloafing — or, absent-mindedly browsing the internet — actually has a place in the workday according to this recently published study.
A lot of the powers found in the comics exist in real life. They’re just a bit different.
Cephalopods like the octopus could have originated from outside of our solar system, possibly coming to Earth as hitchhikers frozen inside comets and meteors.
West Virginia and Mississippi are at the bottom of the educational attainment table and Massachusetts is the state with the highest share of Bachelor's degree holders - beaten only by the District of Columbia
Scientists are investigating whether it’s possible to give modern elephants an ancient boost by reviving woolly mammoth DNA—all to curb climate change.
Humans are much more dangerous to spiders than vice versa.
A set of new studies that used large-scale computer simulations found that life might be more common throughout other universes than previously thought.
The evidence of water vapor plumes on Europa is enough for NASA to plan a probe that will take samples in 5 to 10 years.
An asteroid about the size of a New York City block is flying between the Earth and the Moon today. How close, though?
These are the occupations that attract the most serial killers and psychopaths.
For urban exploration with an ironic twist, go 'bag' all 32 London Borough Tops
Simple 1:2 breathing is where it's at, according to a major university study.
The unpredictable groove of jazz music actually makes jazz the perfect music for sharks because it mimics the unpredictable flop of prey.
New research finds evidence that the gravitational pull of Jupiter and Venus has been warping our orbit every 405,000 years, at least as far back as 215 million years ago.
An analysis of 32 randomized control studies showed that pasta, as part of a low-glycemic diet, didn't contribute to weight gain in participants.
Quick, what’s traveling at 106,000 kilometers per hour (66,000 mph) and is as big as a football field?
E. T. phone home?
While observing a young star system, astronomers noticed the star had a small, mysterious companion in its orbit.
Just how equal in size are the populations of Europe and North America?
Zoologist Lucy Cooke explains evolution's answer to non-consensual sex among spotted hyenas: an eight-inch pseudo-penis for all the ladies.