Which is healthier? Both will make you fat, but you might as well know the difference.
NASA has a cool plan to battle Earth destroying asteroids in a decidedly non-Armageddon way.
A study shows that work might interfere with other aspects of life, like health and education, even more than it interferes with family time.
Science proves it.
That globe of hot plasma could swallow the Earth whole. No big deal.
Most of these ideas seem crazy, but at least we have options if things really go downhill.
Proof that everything is easier to learn when presented via Pokemon-style. Artist Kacie D. lovingly anthropomorphized every single element, which deserves to be converted into a children’s book.
Can you determine how to draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex? Cornell University is betting you can’t.
Sorry not sorry. Some people on Tumblr try to post serious things, or hipster things. But resistance is futile; all posts will be assimilated.
These nerds don’t care what you think, they just want to get their science on.
Characteristics from interest in science to desire to have sex with lots of people are far from exclusively “male” or “female,” researchers found.
Portal to another world, Eye of Sauron, or just an expensive couple seconds of fun?
“Life By The Numbers” shows off some impressive scientific facts in a really fun way, while simultaneously making us yearn for the good old days when Bill Nye the Science Guy was the only sexy scientist in town.
Are you Team Chicken or Team Egg? Because the age old question finally has an answer!
Just when you thought there were no more good men left!
Status updates tap into something deeper than ordinary sentences, or even faces, according to a new study.
One woman said male family members always thought “something would go wrong” if she used the computer.
Because no one wants to accidentally lodge your runaway nails in their nasal cavity. Every day tasks become a challenge in zero gravity.
Remember that pump that sucks food out of you? It already exists in Europe.
By putting weird stuff in textbooks, learning can be more “fun” and “relevant” or something.
AWESOME! Watch a bunch of stuff fizzle, pop, expand, and explode all in the name of science.
Scientists filmed the massive creature swimming in its natural habitat in July.
From choosing a fitter buddy to bringing your dog to work, here’s what recent research has to say about actually getting yourself to exercise.
From low-fat to paleo, here’s what the latest research says about diets’ effect on weight and health.
Revenge of the nerds? Maybe not.
We may never have our flying cars, but the future is here. From creating fully functioning artificial leaves to hacking the human brain, science made a lot of breakthroughs this year.
The queen surveyed gold bars, corgis, and swamp monsters with the same implacable gaze.
Even if those leaders are women, and even if they’re working in stereotypically female roles.
Science wins again! Unlock your brain’s potential with these amazing tips.