Four poker pros face off against CMU machine in 120,000 Texas Hold ‘em hands over 20 straight days.
When the two stars in the constellation Cygnus’ binary system crash into one another, they are expected to create a brick-red beacon.
But as much as people are hoping or dreading it to be true, this is probably not E.T.
The strongest temblor was magnitude 3.9, directly underneath Brawley, in the particularly important Brawley Seismic Zone.
The research provides the first comprehensive look at the genetic material that makes up the virus.
In its 11th year, the Science Center’s MessFest offers slimy Oobleck, chemical reactions and pudding “pi” eating contests.
Graduate student wanted to test the understanding of bird flight at slow speeds
In a new CMU study, researchers show that facial recognition occurs in milliseconds, despite a complicated two-step brain-signaling process.
For several decades, there were strict controls on hemp amid anti-drug sentiment, making it illegal to grow without a government permit.
A new study provides new evidence that environmental changes can increase the threat of disease.
The 7.5-mile-wide Campi Flegrei cauldron is the collapsed top of an ancient volcano, formed when the magma within finally blew.