An artist’s impression of what the fully-deployed James Webb Space telescope will look like from the perspective of an observer on the ‘dark’ (non-Sun-facing) side of the observatory. The James […]
In modern disinformation warfare, social media is the main battlefield.
Don't get too excited, there is a catch to the study.
When Cresswell returned to teaching after a five-year break, she noticed a marked difference in the ways undergraduates approached learning in the classroom.
Are you a striver or a pioneer?
XLand marks the spot.
"The name's Bond. Jane Bond."
Roughly the size of a thumbnail, this newly discovered toadlet has some anatomical surprises.
Extremely precise atomic clocks are not just of theoretical interest; they could help detect impending volcanic eruptions or melting glaciers.
A food safety researcher explains another way to know what’s too old to eat.
The stories in Shakespeare's plays and 'Game of Thrones' are often bloody, but which are ultimately more violent?
Researchers observed "inter-brain coherence" (IBC) — a synchronisation in brain activity — between a musician and the audience.
Microbes can produce electricity out of thin air. Scientists have finally figured out how to harvest it.
A microbial organism pulls electricity from water in the air.
It's part of the nation's massive reforestation campaign that aims to plant 4 billion trees in 2019.
‘Buy land – they aren’t making it any more,’ said Mark Twain.
How can you "touch the Sun" if you've always been inside the solar corona, yet will never reach the Sun's photosphere?
Are we witnessing evolution in real time?
We can produce more stuff with less labor. So why are we still working?
Is microdosing magic truffles a way to unlock your creative potential? That's long been anecdotal, but the evidence is coming.
The pressure of getting into a top-tier college seems to have influenced the ways teenagers sort themselves into cliques.
Penguins in Antarctica are changing their migration patterns. Scientists aren't sure why -- and they need your help to figure it out. And you can do it from the comfort of your home.
How bloody was Australia's colonial history? Two mapping projects reveal the horrible truth
Everybody seems to be making money on bitcoin and other cryptocurrency, but not many people grasp how the underlying technology works. Bitcoin is now traded on the exchanges for futures contracts. Is this problematic for amateur day traders that may not understand how bitcoin works?
What role do expectations play in whether we feel hungry or satiated?