What would it be like to stand on and look around the red planet?
A kilogram isn’t what it used to be. Literally.
The kilogram is the only base unit still defined by a physical artifact; the international prototype kilogram (IPK).
The problem is, that artifact is always fluctuating its weight.
What would the world look like, represented by 100 people, when broken down by religion, language, age, gender, nutrition and other metrics?
Find out and add some perspective to your day.
Though they seem to be making a killing from selling us new screens, Apple apparently has patented a technology that makes your phone indestructible by allowing it to manipulate itself while in midair.
Ever wish you could stick all your old dope 1980s and 90s games into one console and play them all on command?
Some people are terrified of the idea of having an electronic implant in their body, but it could truly provide some amazing health benefits.
Was the declaration of independence written on hemp paper? Did Albert Einstein marry his cousin? Can you catch warts from toads? How much of our brain do we really use?
Autism is thought to result from abnormal cell communication. Testing a new theory, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have used a newly discovered function of an old drug called suramin — used medically for the treatment of African sleeping sickness — to restore cell communications in a mouse model of autism, reversing symptoms of the devastating disorder.