Scientists have figured out a way to convert plastic waste into vanilla flavoring with genetically engineered bacteria, according to a new study.
Your friends are on average more popular than you are, according to a phenomenon known as the "friendship paradox." But it turns out, there's some nuance to that.
U.S. lawmakers called for an official assessment of UFO sightings in December, and the six-month deadline is up.
A film frame allegedly showing the autopsy of an extraterrestrial that crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico has an opening bid of $1 million.
A clip of a mysterious spherical object hovers over the horizon, in footage released by a filmmaker who produces UFO documentaries.
A robotic artist powered by AI algorithms has created realistic self-portraits that question the limits of artificial intelligence and what it means to be human.
A China zoo covered up this leopard's escape. And now, three weeks later, they have chickens and drones searching for it.
Tons of nuclear waste in the ruined basement of Chernobyl's Unit Four reactor are beginning to react again, and it could explode within years, scientists say.
The first batch of Atomik, an artisanal spirit made from apples grown near Chernobyl, was suddenly seized by the Ukrainian government.
Visitors to a newly-restored shrine in the St. Albans Cathedral will be greeted by a carved stone face wearing a protective mask.
Imaginary numbers have real meaning in the world of quantum mechanics, where they carry information about physical states.
Scientists recently counted the bubbles produced by dissolved carbon dioxide in a glass of poured beer, finding that bubbles can number in the millions.
The research isn't all for nutting; scientists say it will help a number of industries, from pharmaceuticals to mining.
Despite a lack of hard evidence, some people believe that Bigfoot, also called Sasquatch, is a giant ape-like creature that roams North America.
What might life be like then if everyone lacked an appendix? That organ may not be a useless artifact of evolution after all.
Former Trump intelligence director John Ratcliffe told Fox News that more unexplained sightings of flying objects will soon be declassified.