Collecting ancient geomyths could give scientists new insights on climate change
According to researchers, some stories capture historical sea level rise that happened thousands of years ago.
You can now tell Facebook to stop feeding you posts you hate
Facebook Feed now includes 'show more' and 'show less' options for some posts.
USB-C is on track to become the charging cable standard in the EU
This soon-to-be policy will affect a wide range of electronic devices from phones to keyboards.
The key to tastier beer might be mutant yeast—with notes of banana
Adding a gene for banana-like flavor to yeast can punch up a beer's taste and make the organisms hardier.
Chess.com investigation finds that teen grandmaster ‘likely cheated’ in more than 100 online matches
The findings detected 'many remarkable signals and unusual patterns in Hans’ path as a player.'
Tesla is ditching a key type of sensor. Here’s what that means for its vehicles.
Model 3s and Ys produced after October won’t include ultrasonic sensors and will have reduced parking features for the short-term future.
This pterosaur ancestor was a tiny, flightless dog-like dinosaur
The tiny Triassic fossil first discovered in Scotland belongs to a group of dinosaurs that were only the size of a cat or a small dog.
Bees choose violence when attempting honey heists
Plus other fun facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry just went to 3 scientists who simplified reactions in the lab
This year's chemistry prize went to functional and simple science that has helped map cells and create targeted cancer treatments.
High-speed rail trains are stalled in the US—and that might not change for a while
The US has more miles of railroad tracks than anywhere in the world, but establishing high-speed trains has been slow going.