A red dwarf star and a black hole are orbiting each other once every 2.4 hours, a new record for the fastest-spinning black-hole X-ray binary system ever found.
Chemist Dr. Martyn Poliakoff from the University of Nottingham in the UK shows caesium reacting with water recorded with a high-speed camera, and discusses the reaction.
A rain of spiders was recorded on Feb. 3 in Santo Antonio da Platina, Brazil.
Our solar system is expecting a visitor called Comet Pan-STARRS, which might be visible in the evening sky during most of March.
The common mole, Scalopus aquaticus, can find its prey by smelling which direction it's in, according to a new U.S. study.
With new technology, scientists in Japan have detected the thought that went through a baby zebrafish's brain when it spotted some delicious food.
The only known dinosaur stampede has turned out to be evidence of a probable river crossing rather than a mass escape, according to new Australian research using 3D analysis.
Is it possible to manufacture a ready-to-fire gun using a 3D printer?
Australian researchers have encapsulated droplets of liquid metal with an insulative or semiconducting nano-coating, that could have applications in electronics and industrial [...]
Even while growing inside their egg cases, some embryonic sharks keep very still when predators are nearby to avoid being detected.