It might well be related to a very common modern lizard--except it's teeny-tiny. In Chiapas, Mexico's southernmost state, paleontologists discovered a small piece of amber with something remarkable inside:
Some memories just won't die — and some can even be transferred to a whole new brain. Researchers at Tufts University have determined that a small, yellow worm known as a planarian, which has long been
It's got a three-foot bell and a whopping 20-foot-long body. Eeeep. Reports coming out of Orange County, in Southern California, suggest that a rare giant jellyfish, only recently discovered, is invading
The effect holds true across the nation, according to a new study. Feel the heat? Sure you do, but not everyone in the U.S. suffers equally. During many heat waves, more non-white Americans die than white
Looks a bit like home! Looks a bit like Earth, doesn't it? You wouldn't find this planet very comfortable, however. Called HD 189773b, it's 1,000 degrees Celsius on its surface and it rains glass. Sideways.
Have we reached peak lemur? Madagascar is home to an amazing diversity of animals; though it has only 1 percent of the world's land mass, 3 percent of the world's plant and animals species are found there,
For the App Store’s fifth anniversary, Apple is offering 10 top-tier apps as free downloads for a limited time. Ten top-tier iOS apps, which normally retail for up to $19.99 in the case of the DJing app
We have to confess: When we heard that Twinkies will have nearly double the shelf life, 45 days, when they return to stores next week, our first reaction was — days? Not years? Urban legend has long deemed
We thought there was something back there, but we hadn't seen it till now. NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) has caught a glimpse of something we've long suspected was there, but could never
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.
A New York Times mini-documentary examines the flawed science behind the 1980s 'crack baby' scare. The New York Times has a fascinating documentary on the crack cocaine epidemic that gripped the United
If this wasn't a science page, if this happened 3,000 years ago in, say, a Middle Eastern desert, I would call it a Miracle. But it's not. It's just a plain, ordinary moment of "wow!" First, the beginner's
The precise method by which Yahoo! digests and dissolves its prey. Yahoo! is a carnivorous plant whose prey-trapping mechanism features a deep cavity filled with liquid, known as a pitfall trap. Startups,
Half of cancer scientists have failed to reproduce the findings of other researchers, according to an anonymous survey. In an anonymous survey taken by scientists at a prestigious cancer center, more half
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