Human Journey Ground control to Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield: Your videos from the space station really make the grade, especially your music video in which you sing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” send
By studying the way leaves shrink when they fossilize, a team of more than 100 high school students could build more accurate models of climate change. A team of high school students have co-authored scientific
Is it a case of anteater virgin birth, a hormonal quirk or just some desperate hanky-panky? Whatever it is, Armani the anteater's surprising pregnancy has sparked a debate over what animals are capable
The prospect of a deep sea "gold rush" opening a controversial new frontier for mining on the ocean floor has moved a step closer. The United Nations has published its first plan for managing the extraction
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A one-way trip to Mars sounds like something you'd wish on your worst enemy — so why would more than 78,000 people from around the world pay up to $75 for a chance to die on another planet? "I can say
Within science circles, trying to come up with a new universal language was a trendy past-time in the 17th Century. Even the man who discovered gravity, Sir Isaac Newton, took a stab at it. Arika Okrent,
Scientists say the recent downturn in the rate of global warming will lead to lower temperature rises in the short-term. Since 1998, there has been an unexplained "standstill" in the heating of the Earth's
Her hair is brown and tied back into a professional-looking ponytail. She wears a blue shirt, tan sweater and delicate gold chain. It's the first time she has met the man sitting across from her, and looks
The 20th century, in particular the latter half, played host to some of the most ambitious scientific projects in history. Atlas Obscura's feature Ruins Of Super Science takes a look at some forgotten
The first crane egg in southern Britain in more than 400 years has been laid by a nesting bird. The Great Crane Project has been rearing cranes and reintroducing them to the West Country since 2010. The
Does physical strength lead to conservative beliefs? A new study in the journal Psychological Science took a look at the relationship between physical strength and political beliefs. More specifically,
Related: Do they change the surrounding temperature? Wind turbines extract kinetic energy from the air around them, and since less energy makes for weaker winds, turbines do indeed make it less windy.
It's the difference between a grainy black-and-white film and HD. Previously blind patients who receive the recently FDA-approved Argus II bionic eye system will regain some degree of functional sight.
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