Nerve damage and a buildup of immune cells in the cornea may be a sign of "long COVID," a long-term syndrome that emerges in ...
Are there intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations capable of building technologies that can travel between the stars? An ...
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) convened Monday (July 26), and will release the new ...
A 500-year-old wax sculpture attributed to Michelangelo might hold the famed Renaissance artist's fingerprint, a new analysis ...
Big cats are found all over the planet, and each species is unique, from the elusive snow leopards that stalk wild sheep in ...
More than 50 U.S. medical groups, representing millions of health care professionals, are calling for mandatory COVID-19 ...
Scientists believe the ultra-fast object landed in a densely-forested area near the capital, Oslo. It could take up to ten ...
More and more people are tossing out the harsh chemicals from their daily cleaning routine and instead turning to natural ...
Archaeologists have discovered the 2,200-year-old wreck of an ancient Egyptian ship that sank after being struck with giant ...
On July 9, we explored the science of capillary action in our new kids video series: Summer School with Live Science. In this week's installment,, Diana Whitcroft, will demonstrate how trees are able ...
So, instead of an expanding ball of fire, why do nuclear explosions result in mushroom clouds? Although the outburst of ...
An asteroid about as long as the Great Pyramid of Giza is tall will make a "close" approach with Earth on Sunday (July 25), ...