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Controversy rages even if science can explain it. Is that dress on the Internet gold and white, or blue and black?
University of Pittsburgh and West Penn Hospital doctors gave color commentary on why people are seeing different colors in an online photo.
In the worst-case scenario, Antarctica’s melt could push sea levels up 10 feet worldwide in a century or two, recurving coastlines.
Polar bears evolved to range hundreds of miles — something they can’t do in zoos and won’t be able to do as the Arctic shrinks.
Hakuto, the Tokyo-based team signed on to Astrobotic’s payload, is one of 18 teams remaining in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.
The sonic boom and explosion produced a burst of light that, for an instant, was comparable in size to the sun.
The controversial field aims to change the climate by blocking the sun’s rays.
John Doebley’s Darwin Day 2015 lecture Wednesday at Duquesne University will explain how the evolution of corn reflects natural selection.
The IKS Dreamcatcher simulator at Penn Hills Elementary School was developed by a Regent Square couple to help learning by role-playing.
Cyanide has been a weapon of choice for mass killers, spies and poachers. It’s nevertheless not a good poison for murder, experts say.
Some members of Congress say the Centers for Disease Control failed to adjust its flu vaccine when it was apparent the virus was mutating.
CMU researchers argue in Science magazine that we can no longer protect ourselves against Internet privacy encroachment.
John W. Jarvik of Spectragenetics is using crowdfunding to find a way to boost a protein that could improve pet health and longevity.