Sloths are unfairly ridiculed and underappreciated animals, says zoologist and filmmaker Lucy Cooke.
The images are being collected on a Flickr page dedicated to the Apollo missions.
Patients who choose alternative remedies, like traditional Chinese medicine and homeopathy, are more likely to opt out of additional conventional cancer treatments.
It will take further study to confirm the star's iron influx came from a planet or two, but the initial theory is quite compelling.
A 10-year, 1,000 person study, has linked eating cured meats like beef jerky, hot dogs, and pepperoni to hospitalization for a specific mental illness: bipolar mania.
The Galapagos Islands are among the most fascinating places on Earth. Their uniqueness has inspired science to make many important discoveries there.
Many thousands of miles broader.
A new study looks at how lobbying expenditures affect climate change legislation.
New research from the University of Cambridge says it does.
Scientists just discovered 12 new moons orbiting the planet Jupiter, and they’re… interesting.
NASA's Michelle Thaller shares her prediction of what it will take to get people to Mars, including what role Elon Musk will play in that effort.
Believe it or not, insects today are really tiny. How did pre-historic insects get so colossal, and why have they now shrunk in size?
As a result of warming seas, at least 10 types of sharks currently found in warmer areas will likely be found in British waters in coming decades.
A glass of juice has as much sugar, ounce for ounce, as a full-calorie soda. And those vitamins do almost nothing.
MeerKAT is producing brilliant images of the super massive black hole that is at our galaxy’s center.
Heather Heying knows that a true understanding of the world comes not from the answers, but the questions as well.
What does it take to become an astronaut? Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield explains, along with his vision for space exploration.
A team of international scientists has pinpointed the cosmic source of a ghostly subatomic particle called a neutrino, marking the beginning of a new era in astronomy.
Signals from rare black hole-neutron star pairs could pinpoint rate at which universe is growing, researchers say.
A new study published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters provides even more reason to think Ross 128 b, the second closest exoplanet to Earth, could harbor life.
The fans supporting their teams at the World Cup in Russia are overwhelmingly white. Their teams? Not so much.