Where do personalities come from, and why are they so different?
The promise of learning to read significantly faster is intriguing. But true speed reading isn't supported by the science.
Whether your baby has a thick mop of hair or just a few strands, most of it will fall out before she's six months old.
Researchers may have created the tiniest droplets in the universe, using a soupy mix of ultrahot particles that mimics conditions in the moments after the Big Bang.
Nitrogen fixation is a process that plants use to take nitrogen from the air and transform it into a usable form such as ammonia or nitrate.
Whistler waves are normally produced in the atmosphere by lightning. They could help protect nuclear fusion reactors from runaway electrons.