Science & Innovation Archive

Norway to spend $12.7M in upgrades to ‘doomsday’ seed vault

Does Norway know something we don’t? The Scandinavian country announced Monday

The world’s luckiest photographer may have proved astrophysicists right

On a September night in Argentina, amateur astronomer Victor Buso took

Mining for asteroids will be the next gold rush

Forget cryptocurrency — the next big “gold rush” isn’t even on

New species of shark discovered has ancestors older than dinosaurs

Maybe they just needed a bigger boat. After decades of looking for

Are supermassive black holes going to eat the universe?

The largest black holes grow faster than their galaxies, according to

Discovery of giant hand axes suggest a prehistoric ‘Game of Thrones’ scenario in ancient Europe

Even our earliest human ancestors made and used technology — something

Why many pregnant women aren’t screened for deadly skin cancers

In September, Women’s Health published a troubling report about the dangerous

Effort to save rare ‘panda of the sea’ instead kills one

The goal was to make a move that could save a

Trap door revealed secret Michelangelo room that public may soon be able to see

For two months in 1530, Michelangelo hid in a secret underground