Until now, researchers believed davemaoite could never be found on Earth's surface.
The findings include signs of flash flooding that carried huge boulders downstream into the lakebed.
Some ozone experts seriously doubt the findings.
Was this a moment when humans interbred with Neanderthals?
Two types of nanotechnology, metalenses and metamaterials, could soon make Harry Potter's invisibility cloak a reality.
Searching for happiness in the midst of personal or societal crises are nothing new.
A boy in Germany seems to be the first person to be cured of a rare and painful skin condition commonly called "butterfly disease."
A puzzling — and huge — break in the geological record finally might be explained.
Someone breaks into a mailbox that stores letters waiting to be sent and grabs some of them in hopes they’ll contain a check that’s been filled in. That's just the start.
If used improperly, the metaverse could be more divisive than social media and an insidious threat to society and even reality itself.
With launch, deployment, calibration, and science operations about to commence, here are 10 facts that are absolutely true.
Can Detroit get its comeback right?
If a large asteroid strikes Earth, it has the potential to release an enormous amount of energy, leading to local or even global catastrophes. The strike that led to the […]
It walked enough miles to nearly circle the Earth twice.
The design could help restore motor function after stroke, enhance virtual gaming experiences.
The few seconds of nuclear explosion opening shots in Godzilla alone required more than 6.5 times the entire budget of the monster movie they ended up in.
The largest moon in our Solar System, often overlooked, is a water-rich world. Does that mean life? Here on Earth, life took hold very early on in our planet’s history, and […]
Organ transplantation is in dire need of biotechnological advances. 3D bioprinting and genetic modification of pigs provide a path forward.
Meet T. imperator and T. regina.
Risqué or just risky?
A two-dimensional material made entirely of carbon called graphene won the Nobel Prize in 2010. Graphyne might be even better.
An icy space rock flattened an ancient city and everyone in it, perhaps inspiring the Biblical story of Sodom
Shocked city dwellers who stared at it were blinded instantly, then the entire city caught fire.
Dating of volcanic ash suggests the remains are at least 230,000 years old.
After decades of development, whether NASA's Webb succeeds or fails all comes down to five critical milestones that are only days away.
How do archaeologists know if someone was buried intentionally tens of thousands of years ago?