This year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry ‘rewards a revolution based on...

Thinking like Darwin won three scientists the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday. By bringing evolution into the lab, these chemists developed new...

The physics Nobel Prize goes to high-tech lasers and honors the...

Light is the primary way we gather information about the world, and every breakthrough in light manipulation lets researchers see new aspects of nature...

Donald Trump’s Space Force THREATENS NASA: JFK niece condemns US President

The accomplished film director and niece of the late President John F Kennedy told Express.co.uk of her “disappointment” in the current US presidency. Ms Kennedy,...

The physics of throwing a perfect baseball pitch

Standing on the mound, a major league baseball pitcher has 60 feet and 6 inches of air to get each pitch to sizzle before...

COLD WEATHER WARNING: Freezing temperatures to be more common ‘extreme events’...

A study of US weather patterns has revealed that conditions are becoming more extreme due to rapid Arctic warming. Not only does the spiralling problem...

Navigating our obsession with one-sided objects

You have most likely encountered one-sided objects hundreds of times in your daily life—like the universal symbol for recycling, found printed on the backs...

I invented an evaporation-driven car

Ozgur Sahin, biophysicist at Columbia University When a bacterium gets stressed out, it stashes some of its DNA in a hardy structure called a spore,...

Five rad and random dog products I found this week

My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are useful, fun, or ridiculously...

New Moon in October: When is the New Moon this month?...

The New Moon is the start of the monthly lunar cycle, when the glowing disc of the Moon is not visible to the unaided...

HUGE solar storm to hit Earth TODAY: TWO coronal holes open...

Researchers say our planet could be hit by one solar storm today, October 4, with the other predicted to collide with Earth on October...

Selfie generation are so SO SELF-OBSESSED that it has been identified...

Scientists have discovered a new type of addiction – and that is being self-obsessed. A study from the University of Derby has found that people...

I tracked dust mites through 300 homes

↑ Rubaba Hamid shafique, research associate at Institute of Biomedical and Genetic Engineering in Islamabad, Pakistan Dust mites are microscopic creatures that live in rugs,...

The weirdest things we learned this week: Sheep on meth, hopping...

What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to...

Gene editing could turn this wild orphan fruit into your new...

Quick, name an orange fruit that tastes like a tomato crossed with a tropical treat like pineapple or mango, plus hints of vanilla and...

Japan asteroid landing: MASCOT joins rovers and lands on asteroid Eyugu

The Japanese space agency, JAXA, made history on September 21 by landing two rovers on a 1km asteroid. The asteroid, called Ryugu, is home to...

Yellowstone volcano eruption: How often do LARGE hydrothermal blasts erupt?

The potential threat of a major volcanic eruption at Yellowstone is a gripping story but hydrothermal eruptions are a much more common and bigger...

Planet X BOMBSHELL: Dwarf planet outside the solar system could be...

The mysterious Planet X could explain why a number of recently discovered dwarf planets all seem to group in one place. Astronomers at the Carnegie...

This year’s Nobel Prize in medicine is shared by a cancer-fighting...

The Nobel Prize, though often questionable in its selections, captivates the world each year. While there are now scientific awards with larger monetary prizes,...

Why tiny fossils can tell us more than big ones

↑ Libby Ellwood, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at La Brea Tar Pits and Museum At the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, paleontologists used to free...

Thought-reading AI helps a person with quadriplegia play Guitar Hero

Ian Burkhart drapes his hand over a beige tube, squeezes his fingers, and lifts it into the air. For most, this movement would be...
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