A 10-year-old boy found the fossil of a fish that lived 90 million years ago in Colombia, according to a new study published in the Journal of Systematic Paleontology.
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SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket Feb. 6 and sent a Tesla Roadster into orbit around Mars and the sun.
Two Neanderthal teeth were eaten by a large carnivore and regurgitated, according to a recent press released from the Center for Scientific Research in France.
A study published Feb. 2 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters explains what may be the first exoplanets ever found outside our Milky Way Galaxy.
A study recently published in the journal Physical Review Letters suggests stopping light waves using “exceptional points.”
A new species of arachnid that lived 100 million years ago had a tail that it might have used for sensing its surrounding, according to new studies published in Nature Ecology & Evolution.
Reddit, Twitter and Pornhub have banned videos known as “deepfakes” in which celebrity’s faces are superimposed into pornographic videos using a machine learning algorithm.
Scientists recently sequenced the DNA of marbled crayfish for the first time and found the creatures are all genetically identical and don’t need males to reproduce.
SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon Heavy rocket on Feb. 6.
Two new studies in the journals Nature Astronomy & Astrophysics suggest the seven rocky, Earth-sized planets in the Trappist-1 system may have water and life-supporting atmospheres.