If you haven't stood in front of Mount Saint Helens, it's hard to get a feel for how truly enormous the crater left by the May 1980 eruption is. But thanks to a handy sightseeing helicopter, perhaps I can give you a taste.
The Man Who Knew Infinity brings the self-taught Indian wunderkind Srinivasa Ramanujan vividly to life
Forensic archaeologists are finally exploring what lies beneath the dirt—but not without resistance
The beautiful, bizarre animal was discovered this week during NOAA's exploration of the area around the Mariana Trench
The familiar H2O molecule may take a strange, ringlike form
How did the innovative blood-testing company fall so far, so fast?
Male peacocks put on quite a show for their mates, and now scientists understand more of what goes into their wiggles