No company has ever drilled in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which is the country’s largest wildlife refuge.
It's been 100 years since a Dutch physicist discovered superconductivity, and recent discoveries show we're closer than ever to developing potentially world-changing technology.
The small rogue planet—a free-roaming rock without a star to orbit—was only detectable for 42 minutes as it briefly zoomed in front of a star.
From black holes at the Earth's center to decapitated quails, a group of scientists—some working for a journal from a major publisher—are prolifically publishing pseudoscience.
United Airlines recently tweeted that the risk of infection on a full flight is "almost non-existent" based on a study that looked at a best-case scenario out of step with reality.
One of the decoy eggs traveled just one kilometer, ending up at a local bar to be served as a delicacy and aphrodisiac.
Over 80% of surveyed Americans expressed support for some aspect of the research, which is currently under moratorium and aims to implant human stem cells into animals to grow organs for transplant.
Researchers are calling for urgent reform in open access publishing as African scientists face the choice to either pay pricey fees out of pocket, or not publish at all.
Electronic pregnancy tests use paper test strips that are connected to computer chips, raising the question of what you're paying for.
The 3,200-megapixel, SUV-sized camera will soon sit atop a Chilean mountain ridge and take photos of galaxies.
A group of mathematicians just made a fundamental discovery about the 12-sided dodecahedron, opening up new avenues for research millenia after Plato first described the shape.