Scientists probe the source of a pulsing signal in the sleeping brain
The early mathematician Fibonacci introduced Arabic numerals to the West. He also discovered a number sequence that’s in everything from daisies to databases.
Tips from an EarthSky community member on how to find a good location for the Lyrid meteor shower – and useful things to take with you if you decide to go out.
A new program helps patients decide whether to accept a kidney from a infectious disease risk donor or keep waiting.
On April 17, 1964, Jerrie Mock touched down in Columbus, Ohio, capping a journey that lasted 29 days, 11 hours and 59 minutes.
Did you know that looking at cute pictures activates the same part of the brain as using cocaine or meth?
The Google doodle for April 16, 2013 honors physicist and mathematician Leonhard Euler, whose 306th birthday is today.
It’s 100 times lighter than a polystyrene foam coffee cup, and has the capacity to soak up environmental pollutants such as toluene and crude oil.
Why capture an asteroid? It’s something NASA wants to learn to do, in case astronomers someday find an asteroid on a collision course with Earth.
The same material that formed the first primitive transistors more than 60 years ago can be modified in a new way to advance future electronics, according to a new study.