Soda's effervescence comes from processes that super-saturate the liquid with carbon dioxide, which later escapes from the soft drink as tiny, effervescent bubbles.
A new optical illusion, the "expanding hole," tricks 86% of people into seeing a growing dark region in the center of the stationary image.
Engineers have designed a mini robot crab that can be made to walk sideways using lasers. The tiny eight-legged critter is the world's smallest remote-controlled robot.
When you're tackling the baseboards with a dust cloth, is what you're mopping up mostly your own dead skin? That's only a little bit true.
Pentagon officials speaking at the first public hearing on UFOs since the 1960s have shown previously classified footage of an unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP).
The U.S. Congress is set to hold its first public hearing on UFOs since the 1960s on Tuesday (May 17). Here's what to expect.
Burning is the release of energy, and some materials like metals, can absorb energy better than others, such as wood.
The internet erupted after a photograph from the Mars Curiosity rover appeared to show an "alien door," experts are pretty sure it's just a natural feature.
Researchers exploring underwater mountains near Hawaii discovered a bizarre "yellow brick road" on an ancient seamount.
13-year-old prodigy Elliott Tanner has graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in physics and mathematics.
An anthropologist argues that stories of an "ape-man" in Indonesia reflect the continued survival of an ancient human ancestor.
A newly created isotope of the silvery metal lutetium has a strange squashed nucleus and a half-life of just a few hundred nanoseconds.
Reference Relativity is one of the most famous scientific theories of the 20th century, but how well does it explain the things we see in our daily lives?
The quantum state of a black hole's gravitational field may hold clues as to what is beyond the event horizon.