Satellites circling Earth have mapped an elusive, invisible force in unprecedented detail: the magnetic field created by the currents in the planet’s salty oceans, according to new research.
From above, Greenland’s ice sheet looks like a vast field of brilliant white — for the most part.
Freak floods drown buildings, bone-chilling air flash-freezes pedestrians and ice encases the Statue of Liberty.
It may be time to ditch the desk chair: A new study links sitting too much each day with memory problems in middle-age and older adults.
If the F.B.I.’s scientists could extract DNA from the 4,000-year-old mummy, they would add a powerful tool to their forensics arsenal and also unlock a new way of deciphering Egypt’s ancient past //t.co/a1em2dIpBG
A piece of East Africa is expected to break off the main continent in tens of millions of years.
NASA has two teams of researchers working to design a robotic bee that can fly on Mars.
This study is the first to thoroughly track the brain’s cell production over the course of a typical human lifetime.
Humanity’s brutal and bellicose past provides ample justification for pursuing settlements on the moon and Mars, Elon Musk says.
Whales are giant beasts, but why aren’t even larger, supersize whales swimming around?