Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom are two scientists studying how the publishing industry pushes misinformation, and how to make it better.
The laser pulse's power is comparable to "focusing all the sunlight reaching Earth to a spot of 10 microns"—the size of a speck of dust.
The attention-grabbing study found smokers were 23% less likely to catch COVID-19, and now it's been retracted by the journal that published it.
Updating software can be a pain. To pull off the first powered flight on an alien world, NASA is pushing a software update from Earth to Mars.
False memories are more common than you think, and can have terrible consequences in the criminal justice system. Now, they've been reversed.
The bacterial vaccines are freeze-dried like strawberries in cereal, don't need refrigeration, and could be extended to viral vaccines.
Mathematically speaking, blaming individuals with limited resources caught in vast social systems for their misfortune doesn't make sense.
Corina Newsome, a graduate student in biology at Georgia Southern University, helped organize #BlackBirdersWeek and is only getting started with her advocacy.
The New Horizons spacecraft sailed past Pluto to the outer edge of the Solar System and found a cosmic afterglow that scientists can't explain. What is it?
Governments around the world and companies like Rolls Royce are investing in the next generation of nuclear reactors.
The llamas were likely buried alive to welcome new conquests into the Inca empire, and were preserved with their ornate sacrificial decorations intact.