Rapid melting of the Thwaites Glacier in west Antarctica began in the 1940s following an unusually hot El Niño fluctuation, ice cores have revealed.
Holes in the seafloor off the coast of Germany looked like those associated with methane. They might actually be the work of porpoises looking for eels.
Excavations at the medieval Beaumont Abbey in France have revealed nearly 800 years of history before the French Revolution shut it down.
In the 1940s, the famous Luria–Delbrück experiment showed that bacteria evolve resistance to drugs they'd never encountered thanks to a random mutational process.
Reports that Russia may be developing an anti-satellite nuclear weapon have many rightfully alarmed. Here's why this type of technology is a danger to space exploration at large.
The Food and Drug Administration has warned consumers against using "smart" devices that are marketed to measure blood sugar without piercing the skin.
Despite tipping over, Intuitive Machines' Odysseus spacecraft has still completed the key tasks of its mission.
After enduring two weeks in the freezing lunar night, Japan's SLIM moon lander awoke long enough to snap some new pictures and communicate with researchers on Earth.
The FDA has approved the first drug that can reduce the severity of multiple food allergies at once.
Record droughts have been draining Mexico City's aquifers faster than they can be replenished, placing the city at risk of severe water shortages.
Moderate exercise is good for the heart, but high levels of exercise can cause a phenomenon known as "athletic heart," which comes with risks.
A neutron star spotted by the James Webb Space Telescope stayed hidden for 37 years while lurking in the wreckage of a stellar explosion, Supernova 1987A.
Magma accumulating beneath Svartsengi has reached levels recorded on the eve of previous volcanic eruptions and could burst out imminently, according to the Icelandic Met Office.
A new technique in quantum storage that operates at room temperature could pave the way for a quantum internet.
The first-ever 3D model of testicles, made using mouse cells, could improve our understanding of sex development disorders and male infertility.
A clinical trial tested strategies for boosting teens' and young adults' use of HIV-prevention drugs called PrEP.
Earth's closest cosmic companions, known as 'minimoons' or 'quasi-moons', could hold the secrets to the history of our early solar system.
Say goodbye to earbuds that break down and create fuzz. New ultrasonic audio chip could lead to digital headphones with better noise-cancelling and spatial audio.
Researchers recently mapped out the magnetic field of the gargantuan galaxy cluster "El Gordo." The resulting map of swirling magnetic field lines is the largest of its kind.
Many animals have a good sense of smell, but can they smell chemical signals that indicate a person is fearful?