From discovering two neutron stars collisions and a new form of matter called excitonium to creating trees that glow and using magnetic fields to control physical movements in mice, here's look back at the toughest, biggest and hottest science of 2017.
The apocalypse is finally upon us. We are left to survive in the wild. Zombies chase us out of our cities. And our civilization, as we know it, has started to fall apart. What would you do if you happen to come across scenarios such as these? Here’s AsapSCIENCE’s look at scientific tips that will help you survive the apocalypse.
After 15 years in vegetative state, researchers restore consciousness in man by implanting vagus nerve stimulator into his chest.
Are you left-handed? Have cats, or have taken recreational drugs? If so, you may be smarter than the average Joe. Smart people have many things in common, and a number of experiments have identified some of the behaviors and characteristics that are common among people with higher level of intelligence.
Paper-based system is still the most preferred way of doing businesses. Despite the rapid improvement in the technologies, paper usage is showing no sign of weakening.
What do astronauts eat in space? There is no air, no water, no food, no gravity and many other things necessary for human survival. And yet, with technology developments, men have found a way to cheat nature and live in that endless vacuum zone.
Here's the list of 25 most popular dog breeds and their health issues. Learn more about your favorite breed and find out which breed is a good fit for you.
Most think the IQ of a human being is genetic and cannot be changed or improved upon. However, experts have proven that to be myth and shown that your IQ can change overtime.
With data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, this infographic of the 10 deadliest jobs in the US shows logging is the most dangerous job in the United States.