You probably wouldn't know one if you saw one.
Some methods that people have suggested for preventing, or stopping, a hurricane--and why they might not work
Our eyes only see objects by processing light waves reflected off the object or absorbed by it.
Especially since it would probably increase voter turnout!
For the first time since the 1970s, researchers are being allowed to study the potential medical properties of the most tightly controlled substances around. But it's not easy.
Facts aren't political
Your brain knows the difference.
Curiosity has found some intriguing stuff in the Martian dirt, but it's not clear whether trace organic material is from Earth.
One of the unexpected parts of not having a sense of smell.
Your brain makes you unconsciously like caloric foods even if they're not delicious, study finds.
Firefighters are equipped with super-loud emergency buttons if they get in trouble. But they can't hear them. Here's why.
Starlet sea anemones are great at rebranding.
We do not yet have a verdict on whether she can open garage doors.
Looking into whether doing so would work
But it can totally explode in your face.
It doesn't work for abstract art, though. You're on your own there.
Last year's finding that "alien" Californian bacteria thrive on arsenic instead of phosphorus contradicted in new papers
A new imaging technique allows researchers to follow the agile, elusive male reproductive cell.
They still get sick and die; they just can't spread the disease
It's time to think about who has your data.
Excerpt: Good Enough