Myths about camel spiders often describe running speeds of 25 MPH and how they grow to the size of humans. Learn more where these legends come from and where the truth lies.
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It’s an ongoing debate, but the evidence is growing that fish do feel pain. Uncover the latest scientific research surrounding their ability to experience pain.
Whether it's on the stage or the screen, acting demands a lot from performers. Neuroscience and psychology reveal what happens in the brain during method acting.
Putting the benefits of exercise and youth in a pill sounds like the stuff of infomercials. But these researchers may be closer than anyone to harnessing those.
Ringing in the ears has perplexed humans since ancient times. But modern science shows tinnitus is rooted in the very way we process sound, giving us a deeper understanding of this condition.
Is New York City sinking into rising sea levels? Find out if the Big Apple could share the same fate as Venice.
The earliest complex life forms remain shrouded in mystery, but scientists have found some illuminating new evidence.
Humans have buried the dead with jewelry and other artifacts for tens of thousands of years. What does psychology say about the connection between grave goods and our afterlife beliefs?
Yes, tardigrades can live in outer space and other extreme environments, thanks to their death-defying resilience and a metabolic superpower.
Razor-sharp teeth and armored scales made these the scariest dinosaurs to ever walk the Earth.
New technology is taking researchers — and advertisers — into barely charted terrain: Your sleeping mind.
East Coast residents don masks to keep safe from harmful particulate matter from the fires in Canada, while wilderness firefighters from the U.S. and France head to Quebec to help fight the blaze.
Researchers say that Iani may have been the “last gasp” of a once great dinosaur lineage.
These female engineers were pioneers of their time; luckily, their scientific contributions have not been lost to history.
Groundbreaking findings unravel mysteries of hundreds of galactic filaments. Find out the origins of these enigmatic structures.
Dive deep into the allure of the Queen of the Nile as we embark on one brave woman's personal quest to find Cleopatra’s tomb.
Tsunamis have taken countless lives and cost billions of dollars in damage. And some of the worst have happened in the last few decades.
The European Space Agency used a wildly underpowered camera to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mars Express craft. Watch the first livestream from Mars.