Hints of a potential new particle at the LHC have scientists excited, and theoretical physicists are beginning to converge on explanations.
The world’s largest temple, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, was revealed by laser and radar studies to be part of a sprawling medieval metropolis.
Language isn’t just confined to one region of the brain: The meaning of words spark activity all over the cerebral cortex.
For the first time, scientists report the fossilized remains of two tiny Jacobson’s Beetles, preserved in amber for at least 37 million years.
Unexpected alignment of galactic gas geysers might offer new insight into how galaxies and black holes arise from the cosmic web.
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Babies of one species of titanosaur resembled mini-versions of full-grown adults, and probably acted like them, too.
Dinosaurs’ final days may have included both a giant asteroid and gradual species die outs. Two new studies paint an increasingly intricate picture of dinosaur’s demise.
To listen for aliens, two astronomers suggest that we focus on stars whose inhabitants can see Earth periodically cross in front of our sun.