A new molecule takes its place among buckyballs, carbon nanotubes and other odd forms of carbon.
Atlantic Niñas and Niños have been fairly reliable bellwethers for severe El Niño and La Niña events in the Pacific. A warming world may change that.
In the last two months, 16 U.S. states have reported 153 people hospitalized with lung injuries that may be tied to vaping.
Digital reconstruction of a fossilized primate skull reveals that odor and vision areas developed independently starting 20 million years ago or more.
A new study advances one strategy in the quest to solve the notoriously difficult problem, which is still stumping researchers after 160 years.
The technique could be useful for creating a future quantum internet.
Analyzing 200 climate-related videos on YouTube shows that a majority challenge widely accepted views about climate change and climate engineering.
Ryugu lacks the dust that some other space rocks have. The near-Earth asteroid may hide the fine debris inside porous rocks or eject it into space.
Carbon nanotubes designed to release plastic-eroding chemicals could clear the long-lasting trash from waterways.