Even Crispr babies have a global supply chain.
Many studies about social media use and health have a fundamental flaw - they use unreliable self-reports about how much people use technology
Orbital Reflector, a giant balloon that will inflate in Earth’s orbit and reflect the sun’s light, is the latest attempt at large-scale art in space. But space art should do more than mimic the stars
Half a billion people who've stayed at Marriott hotels may have had their data exposed, including passport numbers and credit card details
We did the math on a famous thought experiment by Isaac Newton involving a very tall mountain, a wicked fast cannonball, and good old gravity.
Two French caves contain dozens of prehistoric images of hands that are missing fingers, suggesting people voluntarily had their fingers amputated
Following an enigmatic map and the footsteps of an ill-fated conquistador, archaeologists may have unearthed one of the biggest pre-Columbian settlements in the US
Car tyres embedded with silica and nanogenerators can harvest energy from the tyre rolling while also keeping track of whether the road is in good repair
We thought the first Homo species evolved in East Africa 2.8 million years ago, but stone tools from Algeria suggest our origins may have spanned the continent
A gamma ray telescope has revealed that the rate of star formation across the Universe peaked 10 billion years ago and has been going downhill ever since