AI researchers developed an algorithm that teaches machines to win games, cooperate, compromise and even trash talk.
Almost no animals out there make blue pigments — even the ones that look blue. Yes, it's confusing.
In nature, it's actually more common to have a penis bone than to not have one.
The best planet, Mercury, is in the midst of telling us something important about our sun: It’s losing mass.
Study provides new information about what's going on
Advocates are tracking new developments in neonatal research and technology — transforming one of America's most contentious debates.
It's a 1,000-year-old comb simply inscribed with the word "comb," but it may hold clues to the origins of the Viking Age.
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This blood test detected signs of cancer in 70 percent of people with eight common forms of the disease. But it was much less good at identifying cancer in people in the early stages.
When permafrost melts, it will release unprecedented quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Could animals — including resurrected woolly mammoths — help preserve the permafrost of Siberia?
"We looked down out of the plane, and all there was was white. It was just ice. There was normally a group of 50-plus black dots."
Researchers hope their new approach, which works well in lab animals, may save more lives
Last year was one of the three warmest years on record, according to a new report by NASA and NOAA.
"It’s important to understand that nervous systems serve the organism and not the other way around."
The COMPAS tool is widely used to assess a defendant's risk of committing more crimes, but a new study puts its usefulness into perspective.
A particular crossroad in the United Kingdom has led to a large number of accidents between bicycles and cars. Here's why.
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A strange animal mystery captivated the internet back in 2015: 200,000 critically endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan died from internal bleeding after infections. Some researchers now have an update on that story, and it's tied to warmer temperatures.
Previously unknown glow-in-the-dark patterns in chameleons have a bony origin.
Physics Girl got some help from professional thing learner Mike Boyd and learned to break a wine glass with her voice. Then, she broke down the awesome physics behind the whole thing.
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