The berg has now traveled about 1.5 miles from where it broke off
A new study finds plate tectonics may be hard to sustain on exoplanets
The radio bursts are tantalizing, but probably not transmissions from talkative aliens
Scientists aren’t yet certain that electrons and their relatives are violating the Standard Model of particle physics, but the evidence is mounting
New research suggests that nearly everyone will develop a psychological disorder at some point in their lives—but for most, it’s temporary
Like great apes, the canny corvids seem capable of delaying gratification
Let’s clear up some of the most common myths and misunderstandings about sulfites, wine, and headaches
Revised tallies confirm that the rate of sea level rise is accelerating as Earth warms and ice sheets thaw
The debate over so-called "net neutrality" has raged for more than a decade between tech entrepreneurs and the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who deliver digital content to our computers and mobile devices. Scientific American takes a look at the FCC's proposed plans and clarifies what’s at stake for internet users.
Infographic of the Week
These eight-week-old Mexican gray wolf puppies got a clean bill of health at their first vet checkup this week.