Study discovers flaw in emergent gravity
Study discovers flaw in emergent gravity
A new study sheds light on a flaw in the theory of emergent gravity.
Scientists suggest that winged reptiles existed before dinosaurs
Scientists suggest that winged reptiles existed before dinosaurs
A new winged reptile fossil predates dinosaur evolution by 65 million years.
NASA spots 'hydrogen wall' at edge of our solar system
NASA spots 'hydrogen wall' at edge of our solar system
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has spotted a "hydrogen wall" at the edge of our solar system.
Mystery of Jupiter's strange colored bands finally solved
Mystery of Jupiter's strange colored bands finally solved
A new study sheds light on the cause of Jupiter's unique colored bands.
Laziness likely helped kill off Homo erectus, study says
Tyler MacDonald - 23 hours ago
The extinct Homo erectus species likely died off in large part due to their laziness, according to a new study from The Australian National University.
 
Blue light from smartphones and laptops can damage your eyes, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 14, 2018
A new study highlights the danger of blue light exposure from smartphones and laptops.
 
Astronomers continue examining mysterious fast radio bursts
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 10, 2018
A new Canadian telescope continues to investigate fast radio bursts (FRBs).
 
Amateur fossil hunter discovers teeth of ancient shark
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 10, 2018
An amateur Australian fossil hunter just discovered the remains of an ancient mega-shark.
 
Blocking sunlight to cool Earth decrease global warming crop damage
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 10, 2018
A new study suggests that blocking sunlight might not be an effective way to prevent crop damage from global warming.
 
Incredible magnetic waves released from Jupiter's moon Ganymede
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 08, 2018
A new study reveals the incrediblly intense magnetic waves being released from Jupiter's moon Ganymede.
 
GM signs direct contract with Henry Ford Health System
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
General Motors Co. just inked a deal with Henry Ford Health System to roll out a new health care option for employees of the Detroit automaker.
 
University reports that celebrity astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss grabbed breast
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
Celebrity astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss is in trouble following a sexual harassment incident.
 
Spider venom can fight childhood epilepsy, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
A new study reveals the potential of spider venom in the fight against Dravet Syndrome, which resists many traditional drugs.
 
Plastic surgeons see rise in 'Snapchat dysmorphia'
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
A new report sheds light on a new disorder called "Snapchat dysmorphia."
 
Earth at risk of heading toward 'hothouse' conditions
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
A new study warns that Earth is heading toward "hothouse" conditions.
 
Ancient meteorites reveal mysteries of early Milky Way
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 07, 2018
A new study examines organic materials to reveal the mysteries of the Milky Way.
 
Asteroid that killed dinosaurs also caused mass shark extinction, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
A new study sheds light on the effect of the dinosaur-killing asteroid on the evolution of sharks.
 
Trees can be genetically engineered not to spread, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
Researcher suggests that trees can be genetically engineered not to invasively spread.
 
Rogue planet discovered beyond our solar system
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
A new study examines a strange rogue planet beyond the Milky Way.
 
Physicists tied knots in a laser beam to study 'holes' in light
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
A team of scientists just tied knots into laser beams in order to study the "holes" created in them.
 
Scientists transplant lab-grown lungs into pigs
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
Scientists just created bioengineered lungs and transplanted them into adult pigs, which has experts hopeful for human applications.
 
Germs are gaining resistance to hospital hand gels, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 06, 2018
The prevalence of hospital hand gels is increasing germ resistance to them, according to a new study.