Researchers used an algorithm to scour databases of bacterial genomes for never-before-seen CRISPR systems.
Researchers think the coins are from a Buddhist shrine established amid much older ruins.
Scientists have analyzed the remains of a great white shark that washed up in Australia in October and confirmed orcas disemboweled the predator to eat its liver — a first in these waters.
Six exoplanets with sizes between Earth and Neptune have been in rhythm with each other since they were born around the same star 4 billion years ago, new research suggests.
Evidence suggests the outbreak is being caused by several known pathogens, the World Health Organization said.
An orca's final moments may have been captured on film for the first time, after repeated attempts by two young orcas to keep the old, dying male at the surface so he could breathe.
Scientists have worked out how Japanese green syllids grow a butt with a brain that can swim away to reproduce.
Researchers have built a tool called PoseSonic that can accurately track a glasses wearer's upper body movements.
Morton Allport earned his scientific reputation by grave robbing human remains and killing soon-to-be-extinct Tasmanian tigers before shipping them to Europe.
Archaeologists in Germany unearthed a male skeleton and a female skeleton. One was missing a significant chunk of the skull.
Regular high-energy pulses of gamma-ray radiation emerging from around the Milky Way's central black hole may be coming from a blob of matter whipping around at 30% the speed of light.
Astronomers have discovered a new type of "aurora" created by falling SpaceX rocket boosters that punch temporary holes in the ionosphere. Experts are concerned that these blood-red light shows could be causing unknown problems for astronomy and communication.
The gigantic iceberg A23a, which broke off from Antarctica in 1986, is finally moving away from the icy continent after being stuck on the seafloor for decades.
Several dozen burials from the Wari culture, which prospered in the region before the Inca took over, were unearthed in Peru.
The hand was printed using a technique called slow-curing, which gives plastics more time to set and makes them more durable.
Trans and gender-diverse people people who take testosterone face a risk of blood thickening, but the largest study to date in the U.S. suggests that this side effect is rare.
Early studies hint that a nerve block in the neck could help restore long COVID patients' normal sense of smell, but more research is needed.
Exposure to cosmic radiation and weightlessness in space could increase the risk of astronauts developing erectile dysfunction, according to research in rats.
El Niño is in full swing and will likely remain "strong" this winter, but its effect on weather patterns in the U.S. depends on the behavior of an unusually warm blob in the western Pacific, experts say.
Deal This is the best price we've seen for the Fitbit Sense 2 in ages thanks to Amazon's Cyber Monday offer.