The universe has no edge. And even if it did, you could never go there because it is expanding so fast that the farthest parts are unreachable.
Bubbles in ancient Australian lava reveal that the early Earth's atmosphere might have been half as thick as it is today, scientists say.
Plasma is a state of matter that is similar to gas, but the atomic particles are charged rather than neutral.
Virtual reality means creating immersive, computer-generated environments that are so convincing users will react the same way they would in real life.
A group of engineers wants to help people "touch" virtual environments in a more natural way, and they built a wearable virtual reality suit to do just that.
Blood from an Ebola survivor combined with a new technique for isolating immune cells may hold promise for treating the deadly virus.
The biggest particle accelerator in the world might have found a hint of an entirely new fundamental particle — or it might be seeing ghosts.
Simple steps can keep your credit card and personal information safe while shopping for family and friends this holiday season.
People with Type 2 diabetes can have a wide array of symptoms, but a new study finds that based on these symptoms, patients can be divided into a few distinct groups.
By blocking a single protein, researchers were able to stop the firing of the nerves that are linked with migraines, a new study in rats finds.
A look inside of Earth has revealed the hiding places of weird antimatter particles that are nearly massless, resulting in a global map of the planet's so-called antineutrinos.