This brain region may be why some robots send chills down your spine

Scientists may have traced the source of the “uncanny valley” sensation in the brain.

With Dragonfly, NASA is heading back to Saturn’s moon Titan

NASA’s next robotic mission to explore the solar system is headed to Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.

In a first, telescopes tracked a lone fast radio burst to a faraway galaxy

First-time observations suggest that the cause of one-time fast radio bursts is different from what triggers…

How NASA’s portable atomic clock could revolutionize space travel

An atomic clock designed to enable self-driving spaceships and GPS-like navigation on other planets is about…

The world’s fisheries are incredibly intertwined, thanks to baby fish

A computer simulation reveals how one nation's management of its fish spawning grounds could significantly help…

This body-on-a-chip mimics how organs and cancer cells react to drugs

The multiorgan system could help test new and existing drugs for effectiveness and unwanted side effects.

A computer model explains how to make perfectly smooth crepes

Here’s how to prepare thin pancakes that are perfectly smooth, according to science.

Some Canadian lakes still store DDT in their mud

Yesterday’s DDT pollution crisis is still today’s problem in some of Canada’s lakes.

The U.S. is still using many pesticides that are banned in other countries

In 2016, the United States used millions of kilograms of pesticides that are banned or being…

In a first, magnetic fields have been spotted between two galaxy clusters

The discovery of magnetic fields in the gaseous filament between two galaxy clusters suggests that some…