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."
He breaks off something called her "scapus" to keep competing sperm from getting in.
You'll be fine if you don't have celiac disease, but did you know some people have "silent" celiac disease, and it can chip away at their health for years?
Chris Hadfield's variety show seemed a little too close to Mr. Rogers, rather than Mr. Scientist.
Teeny tiny worms are helping us make the next giant leap for mankind.
One official has already compared them to housewives.
Due to the economy it's hard enough to live in Greece, but exorbitant burial costs, limited cemetery space, and endless bureaucracy make dying almost as difficult.
Anne Simon—the virologist who served as a science consultant on the original X-Files and helped write the upcoming miniseries—talks the science that made you want to believe.
Getting angry at science when it doesn't perfectly align with our political beliefs is basically an Australian pastime.
Actor Paul McGillion talks about the legions of admirers he's gained from his role on Stargate Atlantis.
Sure, Alan Finkel is all for renewable energy, but let's not pretend this is a progressive move.
We met America's rock-star astrophysicist to talk about the new season of his TV show, water on Mars, and the art of the sound bite.
Guevedoces are born lacking an enzyme that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, which causes them to look female. Meanwhile, their testicles are hidden inside their bodies.
A change in government could have a generational impact on the scientific community.
The controversial dissection enraged animal rights groups.
The discovery of liquid water on Mars raises the possibility that human life may have come from the Red Planet.
Next time you need to rob a bank, forget the balaclava and just stick a pillow up your shirt. Eat a couple of eclairs really quickly while firing bullets into the air. The police will never find you.
According to Daniel Chamovitz, dean of Life Sciences at Tel Aviv University, plants can feel themselves being eaten, they just don't have the capacity to give a shit.
The Prime Minister has redesigned the federal cabinet, bringing in more women, science, and Australia's first female Minister of Defence.