Radioactive elements produced by colliding neutron stars could make the difference between living and lifeless worlds
A new social network map shows a well-connected anti-vaccine movement, now intertwined with coronavirus conspiracy theories.
Could using lighter-weight balls in practice be a safer way to speed up a pitcher's arm -- and the ball?
When chemical engineer Michael Dickey talks about his research on liquid metals, he knows what to expect.
Polling can take the pulse of a population’s sentiment, but swing voters, skewed samples and other issues have always limited its ability to pick a winner
The KATRIN experiment is closing in on the mass of the neutrino, which could point to new laws of particle physics and reshape theories of cosmology.
New research finds that shot type, referees and scorekeepers matter -- and that taking more 3-point shots shrinks it.