The mystery of whether antimatter falls up or down could be solved with a new experiment to weigh matter's odd cousin, researchers say.
A microbial feeding frenzy may have fueled the biggest mass extinction in Earth's history, new research suggests
Scientists have used brain scanners to detect and reconstruct the faces that people are thinking of, a scientific achievement that could someday lead to a dream-recorder.
Glowing trees will take awhile to make, but you can already preorder seeds of a glow-in-the-dark Arabidopsis, a little flowering plant of a mustard family.
Sticky cheese might be the secret behind one of the most intriguing Mannerist paintings, according to a preliminary investigation carried out during restoration work.
In the first joint result from the world's two leading particle colliders, scientists have determined the mass of the heaviest elementary particle, the top quark.
How, exactly, do powerful empires collapse, and why? Researchers now believe they've found an answer, one that has troubling implications for today because we're clearly on the...
Goat testicles, earthworms, python and jellyfish were on the menu at the Waldorf Astoria hotel Saturday night.
Billed as "the oldest masks in the world," a creepy collection of 9,000-year-old stone faces is now display in Israel.