The observation provides new insight into planetary evolution.
Nanodiamonds dramatically improve testing sensitivity and may also help detect COVID-19.
A team in Italy confirmed a type of nuclear fusion in our sun via capturing and studying neutrinos.
In 2009, Captain Chesley Sullenberger made an almost impossible landing on New York's Hudson River and saved the 155 people on board.
Leaf-cutter ants 'grow' biomineral armor, a distinct edge in ant wars and resisting disease.
South African academics suggest we fire tiny particles into the atmosphere to dim the sun's light.
The team's findings could help open doors on research for therapeutic treatment options.
The 30-year-old turtle that was found stranded on Cape Cod may have been ill for weeks, or even months.
The findings by MIT researchers have widespread implications in a year marked by social isolation.
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