Mucus oozed by a marine tube worm can glow for up to 72 hours. New results suggest that the light may sustain itself through some clever chemistry.
Increasingly strong storms in the North Pacific may be speeding up the fast-moving Kuroshio Current — which could bring more heat to high latitudes.
Chemical analyses reveal a residue of cannabis and animal dung on an altar from a biblical-era fortress in use more than 2,700 years ago.
A genetic analysis sheds new light on funky scale worms with glittery, scales reminiscent of sequins on the “The King’s” iconic jumpsuits.
A star’s fatal encounter with a black hole might have produced a neutrino with oomph.
Life, time, intelligence — plenty of terms used in science have imprecise definitions.
Two NASA astronauts aboard the privately built Crew Dragon capsule will be the first to be sent into orbit from U.S. soil since 2011.
A new artificial eyeball boasts a field of view and reaction time similar to that of real eyes.