New research showing that elusive antimatter falls downward toward the Earth proves Albert Einstein right yet again.
An inscription on the 1,400-year-old tomb shows the dead man, who was posthumously declared emperor, was buried as a duke.
Fossilized tree analysis finds a single massive earthquake may have rocked what is now Seattle around 1,100 years ago rather than several smaller quakes, and that another equally powerful one could hit the city in the future.
A new patch, which sticks to the inner lining of the cheek like an octopus sucker, effectively delivered two drugs in dogs and passed safety tests in humans.
A new X-ray analysis of dinosaur feathers shows that their chemical structure is similar to that of modern bird feathers.
Deal Amazon is practically giving away the YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike, with a limited-time deal that brings the price down to just $229.99.
The cause of the boy's lump is unknown, although doctors suspect it could be an unusual symptom of a neural tube defect.
Deal The Garmin Forerunner 945 has dropped below $400 at Amazon. It is lightweight, has excellent battery life, and has a ton of useful features.
More orcas have died entangled in fishing gear in Alaska this year than in previous years, which may be linked to a "new behavior" where they feed in front of ascending fishing nets.
In the 1990s, a group of juvenile bull sharks were left stranded in a golf course pond in Australia, where they thrived for decades. Now scientists are trying to understand why.
The famous Harvest Moon — the final supermoon of 2023 — will be the first full moon of autumn when it rises on Sept. 29.
Researchers are still studying the ancient text of an unknown language, written in cuneiform on a clay tablet.
A parasitic worm that infects rats has established a new population in Georgia after previously being found in other southeastern states.
The James Webb Space Telescope has snapped a stunning image of a perfectly formed Einstein ring, which is also the most distant gravitationally lensed object ever detected.
Thousands of disk galaxies like our own Milky Way were spotted in the early universe, where they shouldn't exist.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has spotted a distant supernova that appears three times in the same photo. The new observations could help solve one of the universe's biggest inconsistencies.
The new machine-learning algorithm can distinguish between biological and nonbiological samples with 90% accuracy. Exactly how is a mystery.
An "inverse vaccine," which selectively suppresses the immune system, treated multiple sclerosis in mice. But how well could this new approach work in people?
The next supercontinent, Pangea Ultima, is likely to get so hot so quickly that mammals cannot adapt, a new supercomputer simulation has forecast.