After researchers used a program called FaceReader to study the phenomenon of "Resting Bitch Face," I decided to get my hands on the program myself and see how bad my RBF was.
"The one thing that unites us is the butt. We all have one, have access to it, and we sit on it for most of the day. That's what's so interesting to me," says Jonathan Allan.
The Zika virus, which reportedly can cause serious birth defects if it infects pregnant women, has spread rapidly from Africa and Asia to the Americas.
Body odor that smells like pot is a real phenomenon, according to some of the world's most eminent biologists and cannabis experts.
They said it wasn't bad, and had hints of sulphur, oak, cherry, and a "meaty funk." One person reportedly said it smelled "like canned ham."
Scientists say Stephen Harper and co. treated the endangered animals file 'with neglect.'
Motherboard's Derek Mead also gives us his predictions for science and tech in 2016.
Researchers have come up with several intriguing—if improbable—scientific explanations for the virgin birth of Jesus Christ.
Sober Up says it can "boost mental clarity and physical health" after you've been drinking, so we went to the pub and put it to the test.
Scientists like Philipp Stoessel are creating new materials from meat—as in gristle and tendon with a baked potato on the side, meat.
We also examine the evolution of heroin use in NYC, discuss racism in the UK club scene, and investigate the inaccurate science behind history's most famous bridge collapse.
We're all just code, waiting to be written.
Italian oil company Eni created an educational program that avoids addressing climate change in the Arctic and implies oil rigs and mining platforms can have a positive impact on the environment.
There's still no sign of alien life, but that hasn't stopped researchers from looking for the past 50 years.
Canadian researchers say that there is a link between low intelligence and being impressed by seemingly profound quotes.
Recent studies show that it actually deforms and bleaches coral.
An island nation is trying to save itself from sinking.
The differences between the "male brain" and the "female brain" are less distinct than we thought, according to a new study.
The distinguished theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli started out as a radical who wanted to overthrow the Italian government.
Nonsmokers who drank a cup of coffee a day reduced their risk of death by six percent, a new study finds. Those who drank three to five cups daily saw a 15 percent reduced risk.
In the course of Kikkoman's research, rats are force-fed and decapitated.
Water basins turned blood-red—a chilling, though scientifically explainable, phenomenon.
Remember the demon rat with the human ear?
It's called ASMR—autonomous sensory meridian response—which basically means "science can't explain this."