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It’s necessary considering more than 100,000 accidents a year involve tired drivers.
By Tanner Garrity
From now on, one thing at a time, people.
By Kirk Miller
Dana Berry started his career colorizing actual telescope data.
A car, sperm, a sandwich and an Andy Warhol doodle … it’s all in space for good now.
By Rebecca Gibian
We compiled the space missions from around the world. Mark these on your calendar.
By Diana Crandall
Hmmm, wonder where they came up with that plan.
The latest research shows that acting “as if” can bring out a better you.
By Christian Chensvold
The beams won’t destroy tissue and could be used to diagnose or restore faulty brain circuits.
New research argues that the greatest sexual pleasure happens before orgasm.
The infection can lead to pneumonia, flesh-eating bacteria and death.
‘PTD-DBM’ reported to have regrown hair in shaved mice.
It’s all part of a mission to send humans farther into space than ever before.
Most mass extinctions begin with vast convulsions of the Earth’s interior.
To make Mars human-friendly, the temperature would need to drop.
Researchers at the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy initially found the asteroid.
Tech company Kernel wants to improve memory with a “neuroprosthesis.”
Recent research findings suggest positrons from pulsars not the cause.
The planet is only 11 light-years away.
Gene-editing technology could help protect bird populations or kickstart an ecological disaster.
The new documentary “Inseperable” explores what it means to share your consciousness.