Stay safe out there, and try not to choke on your cheese puffs.
No one knew what was causing the acute brain disease—but the suspicious timing of the outbreaks implied it might have something to do with the lychee fruit.
You don’t go to a fast food restaurant expecting a healthy meal, but you generally don’t expect potentially carcinogenic compounds, either.
Ladies, gentlemen, etc., meet the first crop of genetically "moo-dified" cows.
Snot, you perplexing green goop, you smell-stopping slime that oozes forth from my face, what secrets do you hide?
In at least one 195-million-year-old dinosaur rib bone, some ancient bits of collagen protein found a way.
You may have read today that the entire universe is a giant hologram. No, nope. Not what happened.
Deep down, we’re all the same. A long time ago, we were all just bumless bagbabies.
The man in the Moon knows a lot more about us than we think. For instance, it’s keeping tabs on the air we breath by collecting samples of it.
There's no tomato in it, yet there's still that hint of tomatoey goodness. What's the deal there?
Don't we all?
Taking direct images of exoplanets, and turning them into videos so we can watch their orbits, makes these faraway worlds a little more real.
Apparently a feat that scientists have been working on for 80 years.
Several dozen embryos sat in a lab that seemed straight out of a David Lynch film — part pig, part human.
Our measurements that seek to nail down the effects of dark energy don’t seem to be adding up.
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