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British radiocarbon analysis finds Neaderthals died out sooner than scientists have previously suggested.
Chikungunya, Rift Valley fever and MERS among other viral infections that are here or could arrive on the next boat or plane.
The messenger isn’t any more invasive that Facebook’s primary app.
The San Diego attraction has been battered by controvery over its treatment of killer whales.
Research led by an Austrian climatologist said that since 1991, about 69 percent of rapidly increasing melt is man-made.
Shark Week is ready to chomp down on the nation’s TV screens again this week. And that means David Shiffman is sharpening his harpoon.
The neuroscience industry is hoping that games could be a catalyst that turns brain-wave-reading gadgets into mainstream consumer products.
After a 10-year flight, Rosetta will slow to walking pace for close examination.
Many fish captured at 16 sites in the Delaware, Ohio and Susquehanna rivers have crossed over into a category called intersex.
Analysis of 16 studies finds produce eaters reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease, but no appreciable association with reduced
GAO says chaotic planning and lax oversight contributed to cost increases as well as website delays and malfunctions.
Mihir Garimella, an incoming freshman at Fox Chapel Area High School, is one of 90 finalists in a global competition.
Woolly mammoth genes could allow Asian elephants to live in tundras, preserve permafrost, prevent extinction and counter climate change.
Without spiders, all of our crops would be consumed by pests.
Building and exploring ramps with your child is easy and provides a great opportunity for preschool engineering and problem solving.
What hatches out of a bird’s egg can be homely and helpless or capable and cute, depending on what kind of bird it is.