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Eddies under the ice appear to be causing these mysterious rings on Lake Baikal.
The acclaimed and furry weather prognosticator failed to see his shadow. Is spring really around the corner?
Astronomers uncovered a pair of invisible stars creating ripples in space-time, a phenomenon known as gravitational lensing.
This is a radical new design compared to the world’s most sensitive gravitational wave detectors.
The recent global spread of a deadly coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China, has led world leaders to invoke an ancient tradition to control the spread of illness: quarantine.
Skeletal remains of 42 people were recently unearthed at a farm in December 2019, but the construction company that found the bodies has yet to release a report.
Probably not, but they may slow down the new virus.
A woman in Italy had an extremely rare condition in which she grew eyelash-like hairs in her mouth.
Strokes cause brain cells to short-circuit and trigger a dangerous flood of fluid in the tissue.
Scientists recently discovered 183 million-year-old dinosaur footprints on a South African farm.
Given their coloring, the members of this spider’s family are known as green cucumber spiders.
Dymka the cat suffered severe frostbite in all four paws, but after they were amputated she received new titanium limbs.
Low temperatures in Florida prompted an unusual warning from the National Weather Service.
A famous 15th-century altarpiece has been restored in Belgium, and people are freaked out by the artist’s original image of a human-faced Jesus sheep.
Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science’s best.
Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
If you’re a science geek like us, you’ll love the new Live Science merch store, where you can get all of your science-y gear, from t-shirts and mugs to tote bags and stickers.
Fallout from nuclear bomb tests could help experts detect fraudulent whiskeys that are purportedly more than a century old.
Scientists used computer algorithms to “evolve” an organism that’s made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn’t a frog.
The so-called Cybertruck is an angular, stainless steel, all-electric pickup truck that quickly became polarizing. Here’s why it’s revolutionary.