X-ray data potentially reveals first evidence of a star devouring a planet
X-ray data potentially reveals first evidence of a star devouring a planet
Researchers might have discovered the first evidence of a star, RW Aur A, devouring a planet.
Very Large Telescope's new optics reveal sharp Neptune images
Very Large Telescope's new optics reveal sharp Neptune images
The Very Large Telescope's new optics technique revealed amazingly detailed images of Neptune.
Turtle scientist creates #MeToo moment in herpetology
Turtle scientist creates #MeToo moment in herpetology
A renowned turtle scientist created what appears to be herpetology's first #MeToo moment.
Scientists look to cities to predict climate change
Scientists look to cities to predict climate change
Scientists are looking to cities to closely study the impacts of climate change.
Researchers use underwater Pokeball to capture sea creatures
Tyler MacDonald - 8 hours ago
A team of researchers created an origami-inspired underwater Pokeball that captures sea creatures inside its folding polyhedral enclosure.
 
Researchers create 'world's first' melanoma test
Tyler MacDonald - 8 hours ago
Australian researchers claim to have created the "world's first" melanoma test.
 
Mars' atmosphere behaves as single interconnected system, study says
Tyler MacDonald - 8 hours ago
A new study reveals that Mars' atmosphere acts as one interconnected system.
 
Drinking is causing a surge in deaths from liver disease
Tyler MacDonald - 9 hours ago
Drinking is causing an increase in liver disease that appears to be focused in the millennial age group.
 
Paleontologists in Myanmar discover a 100-million-year-old baby snake
Karen Saltos - 19 hours ago
Researchers in Myanmar find the oldest known baby snake in the fossil record.
 
Geologists have classified the last 4,200 years as being a distinct age in Earth's history
Karen Saltos - 21 hours ago
Geologists have divided the 4.6-billion-year existence of Earth into slices of time.
 
Illegal levels of air pollution in the UK causing people to die from asthma
Karen Saltos - 22 hours ago
Growing air pollution and a lack of basic health care coverage are causing a record number of asthma related deaths in the UK.
 
Variations in human schizophrenia-linked gene drive pigeon feather patterns
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
A new study uncovers the single gene responsible for pigeon feather patterns.
 
Study launched to understand link between black men and prostate cancer
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
The National Institutes of Health is launching a study to examine the link between black men and prostate cancer.
 
Study connects teen ADHD to heavy digital media use
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
Research suggests that digital media use is connected to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in teens.
 
Socially isolated animals can influence evolution, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
A new study shines light on the evolutionary importance of social isolation.
 
Rare asteroid binary discovered in near-Earth orbit
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
Researchers just discovered a rare asteroid binary, 2017 YE5, in near-Earth orbit.
 
NASA flight controller reveals biggest myth about outer space
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
NASA flight controller Robert Frost reveals what he believes is the biggest myth about outer space.
 
FDA recalls blood pressure medicine amid cancer concerns
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just recalled various blood pressure medications due to potential cancer risks.
 
Astronomers discover 12 new moons around Jupiter
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 18, 2018
Astronomers just discovered 12 new moons around Jupiter.
 
Koalas feel stressed out when humans handle them
Karen Saltos - Jul 17, 2018
Recent study concludes koalas do not like it when humans handle them.
 
Luxembourg is aiming to take a leading role in the space race
Karen Saltos - Jul 17, 2018
A tiny European nation recently launched a space resources law to provide a legal framework for the exploitation of resources beyond Earth.
 
Genetic testing reveals a Czech girl has genes inherited almost entirely from her father
Karen Saltos - Jul 17, 2018
Scientists say a Czech girl has genes that came almost entirely from her father.