36 years ago, a brief radio signal was detected by an observatory in Ohio. Could it have been an extraterrestrial transmission? Continue reading →
In Asia, there's little difference in self-control between genders, but girls tested better than boys in the United States. Continue reading →
The best beaches in America reach from Cape Hatteras to Waikiki.
Uranus and Neptune have some of the strongest winds in the solar system, but those winds are confined to relatively thin layers of their atmospheres. Continue reading →
Just a quick jolt to the brain and then you're a math wizard? It sounds too good to be true, but new research suggests electric shocks may actually help!
A super slo-mo video of a gold nanoparticle in 3D reveals previously unseen details of its structure. Continue reading →
NASA may not be going to the moon anytime soon, but private companies plan to do so.
Meet Bartendro, your robotic mixologist, here to make you a stiff one. At Maker Faire 2013, Anthony chats with one of the creators of this sweet, cocktail
Legendary royal's resting place was dug poorly and quickly, in contrast with other neat and tidy graves nearby.
At Maker Faire, Anthony channels his inner musician with the gTar, a digital guitar that anybody can play! Check it out!
Harvard University engineers design beautiful roses, violets and tulips that are smaller than width of a human hair.
Get ready for a busy and possibly 'extremely active' hurricane season, warn forecasters.
Why in the world are people ticklish? And why does it make us laugh so hard? Anthony explores the evolutionary roots of our ticklishness.
From blue-balled monkeys to a meat-eating sponge, these new creatures show that Mother Nature hasn't forgotten how to amaze us.
Clear skies and a passing space station combined for an extraordinary view of Alaska's erupting Pavlof volcano on May 18.
Passwords are sooo 1995. With today's technology there are some seriously wicked new ways to secure your life. Scott Bromley from Tech Feed News joins Trace to
Three errors were made in the rush to publish a study about cloning human stem cells.
Out of approximately 20,000 shipwrecks in U.S. waters, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently identified 36 sunken vessels that most threaten to disgorge their oily innards. Continue reading →
New research shows our DNA is absolutely loaded with ... NOTHING. Ninety-eight percent of our DNA plays no role in our development. But, as Trace learns, the
Experts' advice: Don't practice or play more hours than child's age.
In brand new observations made by Hubble of the famous Ring Nebula, astronomers have discovered its true shape. Continue reading →
Being an atheist is fine, as long as you do good, Pope Francis said. The gesture was not unprecedented. Continue reading →
NASA on Thursday posted a “For Lease” sign on one of its space shuttle launch pads, as it continues to downsize and revamp the Kennedy Space Center following the program’s retirement. Continue reading →
We're staying up longer and waking earlier, in part because of technology. Continue reading →
Daredevil cyclist streaks down lonely stretch of highway doing 163 MPH. Check out the breakneck video of his stunt after the jump. Continue reading →
Brad Pitt says he can't put a name with a face. Is 'face blindness' a real condition?
Plant materials could one day replace chicken eggs.
The life of legendary cosmologist Stephen Hawking is detailed in comic book form.
Future space observatories could detect biological tracers in exoplanetary atmospheres, but we won't be able to definitively find life until we physically visit those alien worlds. Continue reading →
A ticket purchased on a Saturday instead of a Tuesday could net you a 5 percent savings. Continue reading →