Let’s take a look at 4 microwave myths that science has proven false
Recent research shows that oxybenzone and octinoxate are detrimental to coral growth and increase the rate of coral bleaching
Astrobiologist David Grinspoon describes some of the stories that make up his new book on NASA’s epic first mission to Pluto
If we can predict hurricanes, floods, and tornados to differing degrees of reliability, why don’t we know when the next big earthquake will come?
The terms asteroid, meteor, meteorite and even comet are often used interchangeably...but what is the difference?
Astronomers have found more than 3700 worlds outside of our solar system in the past 25 years. How do they find them?
Can we really boost our intelligence?
What opioid addiction treatments are more effective and can we vaccinate against addiction?
What is insulin and how do our bodies use it?
How do we measure time? How accurate are today’s clocks relative to the first clocks of ancient times? And what is the definition of a second?
Sand’s color is derived from its mineralogy, or the physical structure of the crystals that populate the sand.
Let’s break down some of the crucial elements behind figure skating's moves, like the loop, flip, salchow, axel, and lutz
Is there an absolute minimum time to run a marathon? Will humans ever break the 2 hour mark? What does it take to set a world record marathon time?
Companies that offer saliva-swab DNA tests to assess your ancestry and health are rising in popularity. But do they really work?
But what if babies born prematurely could be put into an artificial womb-like environment to complete their gestation?
Everyday Einstein explains how we determine the age of our universe from ancient stars and relic radiation left over from the big bang
Was it a comet? A supernova? A planet? Or some otherwordly phenomenon? Everyday Einstein examines the possibilities.
When is it still okay to eat moldy food? Are any molds edible? How important is it to follow those "sell by" dates printed on my egg carton?
Many of us have been caught talking to our dogs, but how much of what we say to them do they actually understand?
Is it your similarities that attract you to your partner, or is it your differences? Science says our sense of smell may be important in sniffing out mates with immune systems opposite to our own