Mosquitoes use a triple threat of visual, olfactory, and thermal cues to home in on their human targets, a new Caltech study suggests.
They’re calling them pentaquarks. What you need to know of the latest discovery about the tiny particles that make up our world.
Breakthrough Listen initiative, announced Monday, will scan the nearest million stars, plus stars in 100 other galaxies, for signs of an advanced civilization.
On July 17, 1975, a famous first handshake between nations in space.
Any drop in solar activity will be dwarfed by the impact of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, says Jim Wild of Lancaster University.
Women make up 25 percent of the New Horizons flyby team. Science team leader Fran Bagenal said, “This isn’t remarkable – it’s just how it is.”
Telstar was the first satellite able to relay television signals between Europe and North America. It launched on this date … and helped change the world.
Cities adapt to growing ranks of coyotes, cougars and other urban wildlife