The winning scientists of 2017 tell us what it was like to be the first to detect and observe gravitational waves.
Tiny portable camera allows people to read newspapers, shop at stores and recognize loved ones.
A new study found that certain types of brain connections have something to do with creativity.
This handheld technology just won first place at the Consumer Electronics Show in Los Vegas.
A group of scientists tried to figure out why people cooperate with each other, and the results were pretty surprising.
New research could lead to better understanding of degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
We scan some faces differently than others. A new Hebrew University study shows us how, and why.
We all know stress does a number on your well-being. A new study shows that conscious breathing really does change how your brain works.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely developed a new kind of scale that uses science, not numbers, to help you lose weight.
After discovering a mysterious object hurtling through space, the world's largest telescope is tuning in at 3 p.m. EST. And the world will be listening.
Why do we give to certain causes and not others? A new study examines what influences our donation decisions.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains the evolutionary reason that big lines attract people.
This time of year, it's so easy to project your stress onto colleagues. A new study shows just how damaging that is – and how to stop.
A new study shows that poultry excrement could be used as a viable biofuel.
A neuroscientists explains that making better daily decisions doesn't work so well. Here's what does.