Scientists now know much more about the underground cavities in the sand that nearly killed a boy in 2013.
Catherine Meyers, Editor
Regular improvements in so-called optical clocks are setting the stage for a redefinition of the second and powering searches for new laws of physics.
Elusive intermediate mass black holes may hold clues to how their more common supermassive cousins form.
The tiny world of Ultima Thule, which lies at the outer edges of the solar system, is flattened like a pancake, with few craters.
The braided ribbon on a maypole can be analyzed using a type of math called group theory.
We have now seen what we thought was unseeable, team says.
Scientists explain the lime green look of spring.
Ensuring a pot of the famous melted cheese dish has the right material properties is key to enjoying it.
The dragon's large belly holds clues about how stars form -- and how the process stops.
The discovery of a gene that helps female mosquitoes make healthy eggs could lead to a new way to fight the disease-spreading insects.
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