Weekend warriors are tracking the early emergence of the northern spring.
Ancient daggers carved from femurs were pretty fierce.
Every step of the drilling process can cause harm to the delicate ocean environment
Thank Europe's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) for the recent assault on your inbox.
New York City's fire department has assembled one of the largest firefighter research populations in the world.
As our ability to create organs expands, ethical questions come into play.
Water is everywhere on our planet. If it's not crashing against the shore, it's pounding on the roof, or dripping ...
Scientists now have a better idea of just how much microplastic reaches the Arctic. It's a lot.
From face cream to fertilizers, all sorts of products are under development to make use of soaring jellyfish ...
But what does it do?
Scientists still aren't sure why early humans had such weird skulls—or why we don't.
Evolution is too complicated to plot out like a family tree.
Facebook's continuing drama, the fanciest Chromebook around, and more.