Cyberloafing — or, absent-mindedly browsing the internet — actually has a place in the workday according to this recently published study.
These chemicals are also widely used in products like clothing, shoes, wrappers and furniture, to make them more stain-resistant, waterproof and/or nonstick.
A new form of light has been discovered.
A first-ever study looks at how sibling bullying leads to the development of psychotic disorders later in life.
A new quiz by the University of California reveals just how much carbon your diet is creating.
Inventor Nikola Tesla's work at Niagara Falls may be his most direct and lasting contribution to our lives.
Figure skating has a lot to do with physics, and here’s what we mean. Also, what’s the difference between all those figure-skating jumps?
What can cause a ripple in both space and time? Neutron stars colliding. And what can observe that phenomenon? A two-mile-long laser.
And that's the good news, because the percentage found in your tap water is much higher.
Elon Musk and SpaceX plan an "internet in space" consisting of 11,295 satellites that are about to begin launching.
Could famous sinkings and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle have been prevented by advanced contemporary technology?
Miles away from the site of the site of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in South Korea, eight teams raced skiing robots down a mountain for a chance to win $10,000.
It would be disappointing and surprising if Earth were the only template for habitability in the Universe.
A transgender woman was able to breastfeed her baby after completing an experimental treatment regimen, but it’s still not clear what the effects of the breastmilk might have on the child.
Are déjà vu and the Mandela Effect related? A theory by physicist Michio Kaku may help explain.
Money can’t buy you love? Well, it does buy happiness... up to a certain salary cap
A new study of over 700 human brains has shown a genetic "signature" for common psychiatric disorders.
While more controlled psychostimulants like amphetamines and cocaine facilitate a rush of blood to the whole brain, caffeine actually restricts blood flow overall.
Onboard Elon Musks’s Tesla Roadster were hidden the first books of of a library in space.
Ever think you’d see a single atom without staring down the barrel of a microscope?