Astronomers cleverly repurposed old technology to find these planetary needles in a galactic haystack.
The 51,000-year-old carved bone suggests Neanderthals not only made simple tools, but art, too.
After a 70-year effort, the WHO confirmed the country has maintained zero cases for more than four years.
It turns out the bubonic plague wasn't nearly as contagious—or gruesome—in the Neolithic era.
After decades of speculation, astronomers observed this new type of exploding star in realtime.
COVID poses a vastly bigger threat to your heart than the vaccine.
The intrepid little cephalonauts will return to Earth in July.
A hidden second set of jaws enables them to gobble prey on land.
Respiratory syncytial virus infections, which mainly affect very young kids and older adults, are on the rise.
It took 13 years to confirm the weird appendage wasn’t a genetic anomaly.
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