Researchers at CSIRO, the Australian science agency, have created hot-pink horseshoes that are custom made for each of a horse's four hooves using lightweight titanium and 3D printing technology.
To combat the rising tide of complaints about the smell of pot, officials are turning to a high-tech weapon: the Nasal Ranger, a device that measures the intensity of odors like marijuana.
Pope Francis openly embraced and kissed an unidentified man covered with tumors caused by neurofibromatosis, a rare genetic disease of the nervous system.
A self-described "biohacker" had a big electronic chip — almost as big as a deck of cards — inserted beneath the skin of his arm. Without a doctor's help. And without anesthetics.
Most rational people scoff at the suggestion that zombies are real, but a number of respected medical experts and academic journals have presented evidence that zombies are, in fact, real.
The Roma have one of the most dramatic stories in human history, but few people really know their ancient tale of travel, persecution and survival. Here are five intriguing facts about the Romani.