That's a setback for what is otherwise a highly nutritious bread.
A black hole could have 1 million planets orbiting near it that are potentially capable of supporting life as we know it, an astrophysicist suggests.
The odd shapes of the inner moons of Saturn, from ravioli to potatoes, may be due to mergers of tiny moonlets, a new study finds.
Physicists speculate that decaying neutrons may be producing particles unknown to science that make up the elusive dark matter.
Any alien civilizations born on "super-Earth" planets may be ground-bound by their home worlds' powerful gravity, a new study suggests.
This is a serious question, and serious scientists are speculating about what traces these potential predecessors might have left behind.
A vast "city of the dead" in Sudan revealed stones inscribed with the oldest language in southern Africa.
Earthworks that span a huge swath of the Amazon River basin reveal some parts of the region were once densely populated.
Pay no attention to the person wielding a samurai sword and hacking away at a pig carcass — he's doing it for science.
The mysterious extinct human lineage known as the Denisovans may have interbred with modern humans in at least two separate waves, a new study finds.
The corpses of these tiny creatures ooze out a slimy layer that may explain catastrophic undersea landslides and tsunamis.
A metallic robot hand with "Terminator"-like power sounds good for the movies. But what about a real-life future where that android is now cradling your baby or just shaking your hand?
New work probes the extraterrestrial source of incredibly powerful explosions of radio waves, investigating why that spot is the only known location to repeatedly burst with these blasts.
People can get visual and auditory hallucinations and extreme altitudes, and altitude sickness may not be the cause, research found.
The giant ice wall that protects the Seven Kingdoms from the White Walkers is physically unrealistic, glaciologists say.
The world's first nuclear fusion plant has reached a major milestone: Its plasma core is halfway done.
A massive geomagnetic storm that was recorded across East Asia for nine days in 1770 suggests such solar flareups are surprisingly common.
Rising sea levels could threaten Jamestown in Virginia, Kennedy Space Center and Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, among thousands of other archaeological sites in the U.S.
People's personalities may be shaped by the temperatures of the places in which they grew up, a new study suggests.
The discovery of the little creatures, which lived about 145 million years ago, may push the evolution of this mammal group back dozens of millions of years, the researchers said.