Your subjective experience might not end the moment your heart stops, research on near-death experiences suggests.
Pizzanomics isn't an official field of research, but it can save you big money.
A study describes how researchers conducted the first successful DNA sequencing on ancient Egyptian mummies.
A new study looks at what happens when you get infected with two viruses at the same time.
Life finds a way — particularly if it has a moon.
A female boar's intelligence, resolve, and empathy stun researchers.
A study reports that people think those with similar personality traits look alike and vice versa.
To date, only one research vessel has ever encountered a milky sea.
The universe's largest seismometer reveals clues about the Gas Giant's interior.
The stars stood no chance against the more-massive black holes.
Primordial Earth exists in a small chamber in New Jersey.
Researchers hope the technology will further our understanding of the brain, but lawmakers may not be ready for the ethical challenges.
Its emergence will challenge what it means to be human.
Scientists at NASA are currently developing methane-creating robots to overcome this challenge.
Geometric or tabular icebergs are a thing, and they're kinda beautiful.
A well-known cosmologist comes out with very stark warnings about particle accelerators.
The eruption quickly killed those caught in its intense wake.
Microplastics are everywhere in the ocean food chain. A new study suggests they might have another route into terrestrial animals.
It's just the current cycle that involves opiates, but methamphetamine, cocaine, and others have caused the trajectory of overdoses to head the same direction
It happens every few years. Not just in Greece, but also parts of the United States.
Stem cells have endless uses. This study suggests they can even bring half dead teeth back to life.
Using advanced laser technology, scientists at NASA will track global changes in ice with greater accuracy.
A new study discovers the “liking gap” — the difference between how we view others we’re meeting for the first time, and the way we think they’re seeing us.
How a cataclysm worse than what killed the dinosaurs destroyed 90 percent of all life on Earth.