Could famous sinkings and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle have been prevented by advanced contemporary technology?
A vanished people in a vanished place.
There are a lot of aspects to leaving an “anatomical gift” which one might find surprising.
Our survival is rooted in theirs.
Scientists find that a drug meant for another illness may significantly help Alzheimer's patients.
Scientists come up with an explanation for the strange dimming of Tabby's star and it doesn't involve aliens.
Homeopathic manufacturers take advantage of sick and vulnerable populations in criminal ways—and the FDA is, after much absence, starting to crack down.
"There’s actually a science to why stories matter. So when we hear a good story as human beings our brain lights up. It illuminates the city of our minds...It makes us care. It builds relationships."
How can a drug that creates a temporary psychosis lead to such pronounced long-term optimism?
This discovery brings into question how much free will there is in deciding to break the law.
Envisioning all possible outcomes is far healthier than only praying for the best.
Studies and Facebook creators are seeing social media in a much more negative light.
Married people even do better during the so-called middle-age slump.
New research from the American Psychological Association states that money doesn't affect if you're happy, but does influence how you find happiness.
Rock salt is great at keeping roads free of ice, but using it over the long term poses serious dangers.
How can we keep our brains in top form? Here are some powerful activities you can do immediately.
Inspired by Newton's discoveries, the Clockwork Universe Theory was popular among deists.
Researchers use the world's strongest material to create a film that can harden like a diamond upon impact.
The biologist Trofim Lysenko, blamed for millions of deaths, is experiencing a revival in Russia.
Here are some of the most impactful scientific achievements in a year full of discoveries.