About 3.4 billion years ago Mars was struck by a giant, wet disaster when two massive tsunamis up to 360 feet tall roared across the planet at the speed of a passenger jet.
Scientists have been able to bypass the nervous system entirely to help paralyzed patients regain control over their limbs.
The study suggests that molten magma reservoirs in the crust can persevere for much longer than previously thought.
It takes something that is smaller than the wavelength of light to outsmart those gold-stealing bandits nowadays! Now scientists go for nano-spirals in gold, basically impossible to tamper with.
The suicidal sex missions actually have an evolutionary advantage
New Zealand is looking to create a marine sanctuary the size of France with the aim of protecting one of the world's most vital...