You know the feeling: the dryness in the mouth, the stickiness in the throat and the creeping salivation — thirst.
She's your personal assistant, your photographer, your butler and your home security guard — and she's a robot.
When it comes to truly knowing someone's personality, a computer may do a better job than his or her friends and family members, a new study suggests.
A prehistoric marine-reptile fossil found in Scotland's Isle of Skye represents a new species that lived about 170 million years ago, a new study finds.
Toyota is making thousands of its hydrogen fuel cell patents available royalty-free, the car company announced this week at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.
From how people deal with their deepest, darkest thoughts to the experience of living in a world without fear, a new podcast explores the hidden forces that shape human behavior.
The tomb of a previously unknown Egyptian queen was discovered in a pyramid necropolis southwest of Cairo, officials said yesterday (Jan. 4).
Two new U.S. research ships will take to the seas in the Arctic and Atlantic in 2015, allowing scientists around the world to explore the geology, biology and health of the oceans.
A newly described species of frog is the only frog known to give birth to live tadpoles, researchers say.