A study by MBARI researchers and their collaborators published today in Ecology Letters sheds new light on the movements of ...
Using a new power sector model, a team of researchers, including faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New ...
Thanks to new RNA vaccines, we humans have been able to protect ourselves incredibly quickly from new viruses like SARS-CoV-2 ...
Have you ever had that weird feeling that you’ve experienced the same exact situation before, even though that’s impossible?
Older people exposed to food flavours from their youth were able to “time travel” back to the past with an enhanced memory of the event. The research entitled “It took me back 25 yea ...
Venus may have been named after the Roman goddess of beauty, but once humans started sending spacecraft to the planet next door, we quickly learned that beauty… hurts.
Can we actually kill all the spotted lanternflies?
Many of America’s biggest technological innovations have come from skilled immigrants. These days, however, the country’s ability to attract the world’s most talen ...
The miles-wide asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago wiped out nearly all the dinosaurs and roughly three-quarters ...
Billions of years ago, a version of our Earth that looks very different than the one we live on today was hit by an object about the size of Mars, called Theia – and out of that collision the Mo ...
Scientists at UC Riverside are suggesting something is missing from the typical roster of chemicals that astrobiologists use to search for life on planets around other stars — laughing gas.
A team of engineers from Michigan State University led by Associate Professor Annick Anctil projects that rising fuel efficiency standards for internal combustion engine (ICEV) vehicles in the U.S. co ...