By Sarah Etter Did Lassie really love Timmy? Or was she only saving him from disaster, time and again, so that he would reward her later with a tasty morsel from the dinner table? Scientists, veterinarians and dog owners ...
A limestone statuette of a shapely woman some 23,000 years old has been discovered in northern France in what archaeologists Thursday described as an "exceptional" find.
If you're thinking of creating a massive conspiracy, you may be better scaling back your plans, according to an Oxford University researcher.
Archaeologists excavating an ancient tomb under a massive burial mound in northern Greece have entered the underground structure, which appears to have been looted in antiquity.
A University of Leicester psychologist has produced the first ever 'world map of happiness.'
Results from the first long-term study of online videogame playing may be surprising. Contrary to popular opinion and most previous research, the new study found that players' "robust exposure" to a highly violent online ...
It's been an exciting year for human evolution with several discoveries dramatically rewriting major episodes of our ancient past.
Science has long dictated that brains don't fossilize, so when Nicholas Strausfeld co-authored the first ever report of a fossilized brain in a 2012 edition of Nature, it was met with "a lot of flack."