Scientists looked deep into the Pacific Ocean to find out how the Earth’s crust was behaving … and they made a rather alarming find.
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A recent study has shown that shining blue light on mice’s brains allows them to retrieve and restore memories that had been permanently erased.
Most people think that getting inked up is a fairly harmless activity, but for a significant percentage of people, that’s not the case at all.
A new genetic analysis of populations in Egypt and Ethiopia has rewritten the history of humanity’s great migration from Northern Africa 60,000 years ago.
A scientific study examining public opinion on gay marriage has been retracted due to potentially falsified data.
The Hubble Telescope has sent back this amazing video of a high speed collision between two ‘knots’ of space matter.
A recent study suggests that younger cancer patients are more likely to seek out alternative treatments.
A robotic cockroach has been developed that can launch a winged robotic bird from its back, according to a press release from UC Berkeley.
The SIRV2 virus can survive in inhospitable conditions, and may provide scientists with the key to a more effective delivery system for genetic therapies.
A new study from Human Rights Watch reveals harrowing accounts of violence against mentally ill prisoners.