Why Mercury may have lost nine miles off its waistline over the last four billion years.
Spacecraft fires are one of the most dangerous situations an astronaut can face. With Saffire, NASA hopes to better understand them.
“Young Blood for Old Brains” lecture summarizes efforts to use the blood of young people to cure neurological diseases in the elderly.
How to spot a dim world at a distance of five kiloparsecs.
Getting these simians to walk was anything but monkey business.
Polycephaly, the condition of having more than one head, is relatively common in nature.
Strange grave sites suggest burial was a way to continue cycle of violence.
Researchers are making the human brain “glow in the dark” to learn more about neural networks.
Motherboard caught up with Jennifer Doudna at the Gairdner Awards in Toronto, where she’s being honoured as a pioneer of the gene editing technology.
“We are simply amazed that we have any structures present given how delicate these things are.”