A new method of printing living cells is inspired by both a children's toy and Chinese woodblock prints.
The issue of inbreeding is a common problem in zoos, and giraffes are no exception.
The many ways that winter weather threatens your heat, electricity, and water supply.
Snow influences the climate and your life a lot more than you might think.
Ancient skulls found near London bear marks of massive wounds that might've been dealt in a gladitorial arena.
With a stick and a bit of modeling clay, and a chicken walks a bit more like a T. rex.
A New Yorker writer offers snapshots of species disappearing before our eyes -- perhaps the first waves of a more massive trend.
Buzzfeed published 22 questions and statements from Creationists; here's some responses from a science reporter.
Alarming weather maps have been going viral on social media, with a lack of context fueling fear.
The Cold Atom Laboratory will be investigating the quantum world by dropping the temperature way, way down.
Mama cows produce more milk when they're pregnant with daughters, a study finds.
The painkiller fentanyl, sometimes mixed with heroin, has been implicated in a spate of fatal overdoses from Rhode Island to Pennsylvania.
What to expect if you're sick while expecting: higher risks for breathing problems in your child.
Snow arrives on the East Coast the day after Punxsutawney Phil predicted an additional six weeks of winter.
Intel is working on a new kind of voice recognition device that, unlike Apple's Siri, functions offline.
The science behind romance and odor, in humans and animals.
Fewer and fewer monarchs are making the trek to wintering ground in Mexico.
Interbreeding with Neanderthals seems to have conferred advantages -- and some and drawbacks -- to early humans.
One of the highlights of the president's address Tuesday was a 3-D printing hub in Youngstown, Ohio.
What could be more exciting than the savage ballet that is pro football? Adding science to it!