Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
Here's a look at all Nobel Peace Prize recipients, including Barack Obama, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr.
The winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature, including Toni Morrison, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and John Steinbeck.
A list of the winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, including Marie Curie, Roger Kornberg and Otto Hahn.
Here's a look at all winners of the Nobel Prize in physics, including Steven Chu, Aage Niels Bohr and Enrico Fermi.
The Saffir-Simpson hurricane only goes up to Category 5. But in theory, winds from a powerful hurricane could blow the scale out of the water, scientists say.
From gross and slimy to green and growing, these science kits are sure to be fun and educational for your kids.
Since days of yore, the royal line of succession to the British throne — like most monarchies — was based on primogeniture.
Winners of the Nobel Prize in economics, including Paul Krugman, Daniel Kahneman and Milton Friedman.
More than 1,200 are estimated to be dead after a powerful earthquake and tsunami ravaged the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
Government officials and rescue workers in Thailand are mobilizing to save a group of young boys and their soccer coach, stranded in a cave underground.
A deer with two heads found near the Mississippi River and a mountain lion with teeth and hair growing from its forehead are just two such oddball cases in the animal kingdom.
Most allergies involve a runny nose and watery eyes, but black spots on your skin and a bright red butt can also be signs of an allergic reaction.
There's a lot of junk on the internet, but the world wide web is still a wonderful place to share and discover knowledge. These are the sites we love to read.
The devastation of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake is revealed through this long-lost footage discovered at a California flea market.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is an enormous and spectacular natural wonder, and it is also increasingly threatened by a warming world.
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