Feather-like structures have unexpectedly been found in a new group of dinosaurs.
Women now are three times more likely than those born a century ago to follow their fathers into his line of work.
A new study tries to clean up the mysteries around saliva, including the microbes that live in it and why we each have a salivary signature.
A scientist now has confirmed a new and elusive species of carnivorous frogfish with eyes that face forward.
A new artificial form of almost-life is sitting in a beaker full of oily water in a laboratory in Florida.
If Darwin were alive today, he would be thrilled, excited and a little shocked at how his theory is treated today.
Creationists claim there are no transitional fossils, aka "missing links." Scientists know this claim is false.
The oldest fossilized chemical evidence of animals has been unearthed and reveals that sea sponges lived 635 million years ago.
Fertility experts see the birth of octuplets as a serious medical complication, not a triumph of reproductive technology.
A group of amoeba-shaped creatures could be the closest living surrogate to the ancestor of all animals.
Reconciling science and God in our minds is difficult because we unconsciously see these concepts as opposed.
A set of 19th-century papers about to go online reveals a bunch of dinosaur-obsessed European scientists.