Long thought to be lost forever on the ocean floor, massive engines that launched astronauts to the moon more than 40 years ago have been recovered by a private expedition led by the founder of Amazon.com.
Forget Thanksgiving: In the world of gorging, the Dolly Varden trout has humans and their holidays beat. A new study finds this trout feasts once a year, expanding its gut up to four times the usual size to make the space.
Even computers can get tricked by optical illusions, a new study finds.
Melting from stand-alone glaciers in Greenland accounts for a whopping 10 percent of the total sea level rise worldwide from melting ice, which is more than expected, a new study finds.
A newly launched contest is asking the public to choose a name for the closest known exoplanet to our own solar system.
Some energy drink companies are changing the way they market their products, deciding to sell them as beverages rather than dietary supplements, which will mean a change in the drinks’ labels, according to news reports.
Chimps who work together know what their partners need to achieve a goal, and they’re happy to lend a helping hand, recent research finds.