An “exceptional phenomenon” near the tiny islands of Mayotte may help explain a low-frequency rumble that swept around the world last year. On May 10, 2018, the geologic beasts of the tiny island of Mayotte
The sport of Formula One has united to pay tribute to the courage and bravery of its three-times world champion, Niki Lauda, who has died at the age of 70. The Austrian died in Vienna on Monday, his family
Henry Mundy, abstract painter who took a long break from the art scene and destroyed much of his own work – obituary
Henry Mundy, who has died aged 100, was an abstract painter with connections to the Situationist International whose work featured in three influential exhibitions in the 1950s and early 1960s – “Place”
From bathroom scales to medical lab balances, the mass standard is now based on a value that is “woven into the fabric of the universe.” Sealed under a trio of nested glass bell jars, a gleaming metal
Thomas Nozkowski, whose small, insistent, richly hued abstractions upended the heroic scale of postwar New York art and helped push painting in a more accessible, personal and wryly self-aware direction,
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk has died. Wouk was famous for his sprawling World War II novels, including The Winds of War and War and Remembrance, and for his portrayal of Jewish Americans
The universe may be a billion years younger than we thought. Scientists are scrambling to figure out why.
New research suggests that the Big Bang that birthed the cosmos occurred 12.5 billion years ago. We've all lost track of time at one point or another, but astronomers really go all in. Recent studies they
Shanghai-based architectural design firm X+Living has once again made waves with a stunning bookstore interior. By relying on optical illusions, they’ve transformed the Zhongshuge Bookstore in Chongqing
Ice losses are rapidly spreading deep into the interior of the Antarctic, new analysis of satellite data shows. The warming of the Southern Ocean is resulting in glaciers sliding into the sea increasingly
(CNN) — Decades after the nuclear bomb tests of the Cold War, traces of radioactive carbon have been found in the deepest parts of the ocean. Crustaceans found in the deepest trenches of the Pacific Ocean
Eva de La O, a lyric soprano who founded a chamber music ensemble that introduced Hispanic classical composers and performers to new audiences for nearly four decades, died on May 4 in Manhattan. She 88.