A trial in Guinea resulted in no new cases among vaccinated individuals, despite their close proximity to people infected with Ebola.
When I'm thinking about my life, I hone in on a time and access it like you would a chapter of a DVD," said Joey DeGrandis, one of the few people in the world with highly superior autobiographical memory.
In Julian Glander's latest episode of PLEASE LOOK AT ME, a professor attempts to create a weaponized super molecule for the Pentagon, but true love gets in the way.
Wim Hof has used meditation to stay submerged in ice for hours, run a marathon in the desert with no water, and scientifically proved that he can influence his immune system at will.
Yes, we asked her about aliens.
It's called "anting," and lots of birds do it.
I'm going to prove this using quantum physics and the Full House reboot.
We talked about everything from quantum mechanics to why Arnold has to be naked.
The 2012 time warp crashed Reddit, Foursquare, and LinkedIn and delayed dozens of flights when an online reservation system failed.
According to a new study, the folks who don't believe in evolution are not good at thinking analytically.
In the future, there could be computerized tampons that tell you when to change them, dissolvable tampons that can release HIV-prevention medication, and tampons that even detect ovarian cancer.
I came to see lights. Instead I only saw clouds and disappointed people on a windy beach. So I asked them why they'd come.
Moms know best, but scientists know better.
As Gary Smith prepares to go into his third (and likely final) trial for the murder of Mike McQueen, VICE takes a look at the cutting edge lie detector that could have shifted the balance in Smith's favor.
May 20, 2015
Is coffee slowly killing us, or turning us into an army of invincible warriors with iron dicks?
Researchers at the University of Surrey have worked out a way to differentiate between people who have ingested cocaine and people who've merely touched it.
The intense longing on the part of Jurassic Park fans and other nerds to see some vestige of extinct dinosaurs revived is looming over the latest research.
Short-sightedness among young people is on the rise across Europe, a study has found, and the culprit might be the screen you're looking at right now.
Every week, I'd dress up as a Mad Scientist and entertain children with lab experiments like melting a Styrofoam cup with nail polish remover. As embarrassing as it was, it made me feel important.
There's little concrete evidence to suggest there is any relationship between depression and hook-ups, but that doesn't stop foreboding headlines and biased studies from trying to tell us otherwise.
Don't act like you've never wondered.
We talk to the author of a new book on the epidemic of impotence in China and look at how people's attitudes toward sexuality are changing in the country.
The SA state government has just trialled a new GM-free soil program that some are heralding as the future of agriculture.
Researchers in the US, Canada, and Germany collated sample data from more than 6,100 participants across 40 previous "moral dilemma"–style psychological studies to come to this conclusion.