Neanderthals likely used glue to make tools
Stone Age tools show evidence of a cognitive process that is present in humans today.
Range Rover Sport SV first drive: A rugged off-roader that feels like a race car
High-tech suspension and a 'tactile audio system' in the seats make this a truly unique ride.
How ski resorts are adapting to climate change
As a warming world creates an existential threat for the ski industry, resorts are reducing how much energy they need to make it snow.
Do not put your wet iPhone in rice, warns Apple
The company has finally acknowledged the longstanding 'hack' could do more damage.
Bug-munching plant turns insect nurseries into death traps
The relationship between Arisaema and its prey may be more nuanced than biologists once thought.
How to discover weird and cool places near you
Secret castles, weird museums, and more could be hiding in your town.
Fire is driving animals’ evolution
Can species evolve fast enough to keep up with changing wildfire conditions?
13 award-winning photographs that showcase Earth’s wonders
The National & Regional winners from the 2024 Sony World Photography Awards take us from space to hot springs.
On this social network, sea ice, traditional foods, and wildlife are always trending
Using an app developed by Inuit in Nunavut, Indigenous communities from Alaska to Greenland are harnessing data to make their own decisions.
A ridiculous AI-generated rat penis made it into a peer-reviewed journal
Researchers used Midjourney’s AI image generators to illustrate the fantastical rodent beside incoherent strings of text.