Senior sex, a hole in the universe and more
Dusty rings have shifted since 1986 Voyager 2 flyby
New method pings photons without destroying their quantum state
An earthquake that sustains high speeds on a straightaway may impart extra damage
Space shuttle fix nixed, decapitated walruses and more
Fluctuating star discovered four centuries ago still holds surprises for astronomers
Its infrared glow keeps rattlesnakes at bay
Teacher in space, giant Lego man goes swimming and more
Leptin puts a double whammy on hunger by making food less rewarding
Fossils support the separate evolution of Homo habilis and Homo erectus, point to a gorillalike social structure for the latter
State programs leave underinsured children behind as number and cost of vaccines rises
Fresh science droppings: Dasvidanya North Pole, a gene for lefties and more
Fraudulent cloned cells were likely the first example of a human egg turned directly into stem cells
Can you repeat that, Dr. Zaius?
At first glance, this new droplet of research linking caffeine mixed with exercise to protection against skin cancer in mice seems like grounds for excitement.
The Simpsons Movie debuted this weekend to higher-than-expected sales, bearing testament to the show's enduring popularity. If you needed any convincing that after 18 years on the air The Simpsons has thoroughly penetrated the popular consciousness, consider the following usage of the word "embiggen," one of the many fine references with which one Simpsons fan can detect another...
Grim feline reaper, rock'n'roll astrophysicist and more
Obesity may be contagious