By studying bogs, scientists can uncover thousands of years of Earth’s history.
Learn about the traits we most prize in dogs, and the bizarre jobs they were bred for.
Birds use a trick of the eye called “optic flow” to zip through forests without colliding.
The answer to how you would die in a black hole could revolutionize the laws of nature.
Sloths may be cute, but they’re covered in a surprising number of creepy crawlies.
Explore an 18th century windmill with a modern day Dutch miller.
Planting trees in front of dikes is one way to keep large waves from flooding the shore.
To rebuild the coastline, engineers are pumping sand onto New York’s Coney Island beach.
A risk management expert says that we must look to New York’s future to prevent flooding.
What happened to the mysterious "first bullet" from JFK's assassination?
A company called Alcor freezes dead people, hoping to restore them to health one day.
A new high speed camera can capture light in motion and see around corners.
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