With the summer blockbuster movie season in full swing, studios are spending millions of marketing dollars to convince us that their offerings are "must-see" movies. And legions of critics are telling us which films are "hits" ...
U.S. researchers say you can ignore the number of portions listed on nutrition labels -- the scientists say portion size is all in your mind.
The fossilized remains of two tiny freshwater lampreys have been found in Inner Mongolia, China, each about 125 million years old.
The launch of a site intertwining music blogging into a social network could be an opportunity for MOG to segue into a deal with major players in the music industry including music labels and online music stores, if not also ...
U.S. scientists say they've developed an optical amplifier based on silicon that works across a wide range of frequencies.
U.S. researchers say they've determined the specialized hair cells in the inner ear that enable people to hear might be able to regenerate.
A team of "virtual" teachers developed by a Rice University nanotechnology researcher are going to help some of California's brightest high school students design, build and test new structures, one atom at a time.
A team of astronomers led by the University of Michigan may know how black holes are lighting up the Universe. New data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory show, for the first time, that powerful magnetic fields are the ...
At its conference this August, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) will make a decision that could see Pluto lose its status as a planet.
A Florida man was elated when he was told a DNA test showed he was descended from Genghis Khan, only to learn a subsequent DNA test found otherwise.