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.
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.
In "a rare and unusual clinical case," doctors described a young woman whose menstrual cycle made her weep tears that were made of blood.
A productive grain harvest has resulted in a 'plague' of mice rampaging through Australia, and locals are sick of cleaning up their poo.
A new form of active matter known as swirlonic matter clumps together in quasi-particles that bend the laws of physics.
Alligators often 'snorkel' during cold snaps, so they don't become trapped underwater without access to air.
A sheep found wandering wild in Victoria, Australia carried a massive coat of fleece weighing as much as a 10-year-old child.
Experts have long debated the identity of the inscriber, with some suggesting a dissatisfied vandalizer is the author, while others pointed fingers at the Norwegian painter himself.
A new artificially intelligent 'Ramanujan Machine' can generate hundreds of new mathematical conjectures, which might lead to new math proofs and theorems.
Frequently mistaken for discarded piles of beach trash, ropelike sea whips are a type of colorful coastal coral.