It must be for truth’s sake, and not for the sake of its usefulness to humanity, that the scientific man studies nature.
Every Christmas, children imagine nine reindeer laboring hard to pull Santa’s heavily loaded sleigh, their dense coats perfect for keeping them warm on the coldest of nights.
Fourth graders have lower stress levels when experiencing peer exclusion if they have good friends, according to new research from the Netherlands.
Android-like robots with supple touch-sensitive skin are a possibility thanks to new research from Stanford University with the ultimate goal of restoring functionality to [...]
Adolescents who sleep less than eight hours per night may be more likely to put on weight, according to a new study by researchers in Texas.
From 6:02 a.m to 6:02 p.m. on Oct. 23 people the world over will commemorate Avogadro’s Number, or simply a “mole” if you prefer.
A man should look for what is.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) invites everyone to “Indulge your inner Indiana Jones” on Oct. 22.
The world’s smallest version of a periodic table is seen being carved onto a strand of Dr. Martyn Poliakoff’s hair, Professor of Chemistry at the UK’s University of Nottingham.
The number of friends a person has on Facebook correlates with the size of particular regions in the brain, and may be a reflection of how many “real-world” friends people are [...]