A new study suggests that hunting dogs' barks convey emotional information about the animals they see.
Look out at a distant object, and you're not seeing it as it is today. It's size, brightness, and actual distance are all different.
The photometric filters for the Vera Rubin Observatory are complete and showcase why they are indispensable for astronomy.
With two different black hole event horizons now directly imaged, we can see that they are, in fact, rings, not disks. But why?
The answer may lie in the particular way sand forms on Titan.
The fictitious 31st-century world portrayed by the series is actually quite a bit like our own in the 21st century.
“What am I missing?” is a question that journalist Mónica Guzmán thinks more people should start asking.
“It’s a big resource in the way the human genome is a big resource, in that you can go in and do discovery-based research."
Psychologist Adrian Furnham has termed this effect the male hubris, female humility problem.
Where the prime meridian meets the equator, a non-existent island captures our imagination — and our non-geocoded data.
The European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter recently captured images that could help scientists better under the mysterious physics of our Sun.
A 12-year long study examines the differences between how same-sex and different-sex couples argue, with some surprising results.
Setting resolutions for the new year means you think the future is up to you — but is it?
A "seafood mafia" is plying the waters between India and Sri Lanka to satisfy China's appetite for an increasingly rare delicacy.
A new study on brain differences between sexes sparks a persistent question.
With its very first deep-field view of the Universe now released, the James Webb Space Telescope has shown us our cosmos as never before.
There is much more to the Kama Sutra than just sex. It's a guide to anyone wanting more pleasure in life, however they take it.
All of these conflicts have a long history. They may also have a long future.
The natural wonders of Mauritius include the spectacular sight of an underwater waterfall. Here's the science of how it works.
Temporal lobe epilepsy seems to rewire a part of the brain that's key to storing memories.
A black swan event is rare but disruptive — and might be predictable.
Our moral attitudes about sex and drugs share a genetic basis, suggests a recent study that examined the attitudes of more than 5,000 twins.
The biology behind your office's air conditioning war.