The catastrophic wildfires in Australia around New Year’s generated a massive smoke plume that still hasn’t dissipated in the stratosphere.
A new analysis of ocean heat waves shows latitude matters when it comes to how far fish and other sea species must go to find cooler waters.
Despite incomplete testing, Sputnik-V may be the first COVID-19 vaccine given to the general public, rolling out initially to teachers and doctors.
Scientists pinpoint a compound emitted by locusts that could inform new ways of controlling the pests.
People generally convert a dog’s age to human years by multiplying its age by seven. But a new study shows the math is way more complex.
A study of tiny glass beads suggests that the Mpemba effect is real.
‘Galileo and the Science Deniers’ delivers a fresh assessment of the life of a scientific legend and offers lessons for today.
Observations of thousands of white dwarf stars have confirmed a decades-old theory about the relationship between their masses and sizes.
On the anniversary of Hiroshima, here’s a look back at the chain reaction of basic discoveries that led to nuclear weapons.