The bowl turned out to be a rare, 15th-century Chinese artifact.
They resisted the temptation to eat up the fishy snack knowing they could get a better one if they waited.
A new study finds that cats, unlike dogs, will gladly accept food from people who are not nice to their owners.
This dramatic breakup comes after a major crack formed on the shelf in November 2020 and continued to grow.
Hundreds of thousands of viruses can lurk in our guts — but how they impact our bodies is a mystery.
Nearly five millennia ago, an artist inked an incredibly detailed painting of geese in the tomb of an Egyptian vizier and his wife.
The testing process for modified vaccines will likely be similar to that of the annual flu shot, FDA says.
Experts have long debated the identity of the inscriber, with some suggesting a dissatisfied vandalizer is the author, while others pointed fingers at the Norwegian painter himself.
Black-and-white tuxedos may be the conventional dress code in the penguin world, but one dashing individual is breaking the status quo with an à la mode yellow coat.
Scientists will vaccinate all the adults in a single city to see whether a COVID-19 vaccine will reduce cases.
Scientists recently captured a high-resolution video of DNA shimmying into weird shapes in order to squeeze inside cells.
For months, scientists have wondered whether past exposure to seasonal coronaviruses that cause common colds might prevent people from getting a severe case COVID-19.
Amid a shortage of vaccine supplies and the threat of emerging coronavirus variants, such an approach might provide an answer for both.
The vaccine's efficacy was highest in the U.S. and the lowest in South Africa, where a new variant is infecting people.
People who have schizophrenia may be two to three times more likely to die from COVID-19, study suggests.