A successful trial that tested a vaccine against bladder cancer in dogs could help develop a similar one for humans.
One day, this powerful tool could be in millions of smartphones.
Wireless charging isn't just for phones and laptops. It could also power medical devices like heart implants.
German researchers have just solved the mystery of how these substances work.
"I suddenly woke up one day and thought, you idiot, you are letting your life fade away, you have got to do something."
Dr. Katie Mack explains what dark energy is and two ways it could one day destroy the universe.
Ever smell a durian fruit? Don't. Think of it as nature's stinky battery.
If Rome was not built in a day, why do you think you can be?
Experiences that put you in a state of flow are shown to override PTSD and heartbreak.
Experts believe they could cut the time it takes a rocket to reach Mars by up to 25%, shaving about two months off the trip.
This could become a standard feature one day.
Data from the Zhurong rover suggests the Red Planet was wet more recently than we thought.
We know sleep is more important than aimlessly scrolling on social media or checking our email for the 50th time. So, why do we do it?
We each have the same 24 hours in the day. How will you spend yours?
The rhetorical fallout is greater than the radioactive fallout.
It marks a breakthrough in using gene editing to treat diseases.
It's common knowledge that syncing your circadian rhythm to a natural light-dark cycle could improve your health and well-being.
Music therapy might boost memory, but the benefits are small. Just in case, tell your grandparents to listen to their favorite 1960s tunes.
In a major advance, scientists have found a new and groundbreaking way to force electrons to flow only in one direction in a superconductor.
Not too hot, not too cold...
Assume we can make new thylacines, mammoths, diprotodons, or sabre-tooth cats. Great. Now where do we put them?
It's part of the nation's massive reforestation campaign that aims to plant 4 billion trees in 2019.
Like humans, stars die. The James Webb Space Telescope's early images already give us a lot of information about how this happens.