The line between atmosphere and outer space is surprisingly debatable. Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo may or may not have crossed it.
Tiny frogs and lizards surviving in Haiti's last splinters of forest show that even the most devastated areas can be redeemed.
A mutation sometime in the last 3,000 years already gave some Europeans the immunity that a scientist claims to have recreated in an embryo.
Researchers found they could predict success decades in advance from the names of the first five galleries where an artist exhibits.
Welcome to a global experiment about the effects of eating and drinking microplastic.
Scientists warn of global warming of 2 degrees. If you think that won't affect you, think how it may affect pests.
Raising awareness is good, but overplaying a scare will foster distrust in science.
Researchers tend to cluster and mine the same familiar territory. AI can overcome that tendency and point to new questions.
Too many scientists set out to prove their popular preconceptions blaming the food industry and consumers. But obesity is about more than calories consumed and burned.
Experiments indicate that people will overlook dishonesty if it benefits their group.