These are the 2017 winners of the Vizzies Challenge.
Using innovative copyrights and a Web 2.0 platform, John Wilbanks may just transform how scientific discoveries are made
Armani developed sensors that are speeding scientific discovery across many fields.
From Mark Zuckerberg to Neil deGrasse Tyson
The annual Ig Nobel awards are a treasure.
To get an idea of the color or size of an object on Mars, it helps to have a point of reference.
The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admits the agency's culture of safety needs improvement.
The unmanned probe will take off in 2015 from Russia's brand new launch site.
Some scientific debate heats up online.
New research suggests transsexualism is indeed a genetic trait. But how conclusive is the study?
Meet our closest neighbor. The planet closely orbits Alpha Centauri B, which is a little bit smaller than the sun.
In the latest issue of Nature, Dean Keith Simonton argues that modern science is just building on what's already known, rather than upending what we think we know.
To handle potential discomforting thoughts, people rationalize their thoughts and actions.
What a bunch of nerds.
Congress will scramble to address the isotope paucity this week
Well, that didn't take long...
The creations of this London bartender are among the tastiest marriages of art and science. In his new book, he reveals some secrets.
Guys, seriously, so dumb.
Plus, you can conduct your own searches for phrases spoken on TV and in movies over the last 80 years.
Let's talk about sex (in biomedical research).