Even if fossils in amber are not useful for extracting dinosaur blood from for cloning purposes, despite what Jurassic Park may have you believe, they still preserve amazing snapshots of life millions
By Amy Ellis Nutt Amy Ellis Nutt Reporter covering neuroscience and mental health Email Bio Follow “Throw out the textbooks” and “missing link” are words rarely heard anymore in science, but that’s what
Your cat is trying to tell you something. Get with the program. Think you understand your cat purr-fectly? You want want to double check. A new video from New York Magazine's Science of Us series explains,
We're all going to die and we all know it. This can be both a burden and a blessing. In the heart of every parent lives the tightly coiled nightmare that his child will die. It might spring at logical
Biometric trackers are helping scientists tap into the body's response to songs and sound. “Because you listened to Drake, how about Future next?” Pandora, Spotify, and other music-streaming services to
What would it be like to fly a spacecraft into a black hole? Marcus Woo investigates. Something about a black hole just pulls you in. Sure, its gravity is so strong that not even light can elude its grasp.
The hand-written document details the codebreaker's work on the foundations of mathematical notation and computer science A key scientific document hand-written by Alan Turing has sold at auction for £700,000.
The Divergent Series: Insurgent was the number one movie of the weekend, riding a scintillating subplot about a white girl getting a haircut to a $54 million domestic gross. That was about on par with
Tired of having the same silver MacBook Air as everyone else? Apple is starting to offer multiple color options for its laptop line once again with its new MacBook, making it available in the same three
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The War & Peace actress proves she's got princess style down pat on both the big screen and the red carpet. The actress proves she's got princess style down pat on both the big screen and the red carpet.
Earth passing through areas of dark matter might have triggered the comet strike which killed the dinosaurs Dark matter may have been responsible for the comet strike which killed the dinosaurs, a scientist
Did you ever wish you could sync up your iPad’s drawing or painting app directly with your Mac? Now you can with Astropad, a brand new app that literally mirrors your Mac desktop via Wi-Fi or USB. Created
When we talk about a company's market capitalization, it's really just a jargon-y way of saying how much that company's really worth. Say, for example, you wanted to buy a company the way you do a product
Dinosaur fossils discovered in China may have given rise to legends of dragons A new dinosaur which had an extraordinarily long neck has been discovered in China and named the ‘Dragon of Qijiang.’ Qijianglong
Are women "wired" to be more emotional? Not exactly -- but new research provides more evidence that the male and female brain may have very different ways of processing emotion. Previous research has that
You can almost reach through the screen and stick your finger into these perfect brownies, amirite? These Nutella Brownies almost didn't happen. They were a last minute, oh hey, chocolate sounds kinda
Jennifer Lawrence is known for her humor—after all, she laughs off wardrobe malfunctions and sings awesomely awful duets just for fun. So it's no surprise that the spirit was alive on the Hunger Games
To all my cumberbitches, I love you all, and cumberbless each and every one of you. But I have to get this off my chest -- I'm just a regular cumberboy. Every morning I get up from my cumberbed, eat my
Someday, those vile, slimy cockroaches that make you shriek like a five-year-old girl might look more like little superheroes in some people's eyes. Researchers from the North Carolina State University
It's Taylor Swift to the rescue. The superstar singer's "1989" album is forecast to sell more than 1.3 million copies through November 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter. That would break both the
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