A life-affirming and reassuring analysis that treats cancer as a subject of study for the natural historian and social scientist When science writer George Johnson’s partner Nancy was diagnosed as having
Space Nov. 7, 2014, 12:16 AM GMT / Updated Nov. 7, 2014, 12:31 AM GMT NASA Administrator Charles Bolden is the last person you'd expect to drop the F-bomb in public, but when it comes to next month's flight
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These days it is dominated by shops and throngs of people. But millions of years ago, Madrid’s Gran Via belonged to herds of 2-metre-long tortoises. That’s the conclusion of a study published by Spanish
Weird Science Nov. 7, 2014, 2:22 AM GMT / Updated Nov. 7, 2014, 2:21 AM GMT / Source: Live Science If you turn over a mouse and a snake to look for their sex organs, you'd probably gain an appreciation
The dark spaces in between the massive but often far-flung galaxies of the universe are not as dark as they seem, and that has scientists redefining what a galaxy actually is. An experiment involving sounding
Desert dwelling birds will likely have more habitat. Birds that prefer cold weather? Not so much There's plenty of talk about changing demographics among the human inhabitants of the United States, but