When Saturn moves to Capricorn from Sagittarius in December — an occurrence that happens only once every 29 years — Eric Francis Coppolino, a writer for The Daily News, will need to explain to readers what that shift means for their lives and how the larger world might be affected.
The 2017 Ig Nobel Prizes saluted the strange and silly in scientific studies.
Bioacoustician Laura Kloepper trudges through mountains of guano as she works to decode the mysterious communication of bats. Plus, what a closer look at Uranus and Neptune could tell us about our pale blue dot.
Star Wars Battlefront II has created a massive debate within the world of gaming about in-game purchases, and now officials in Belgium and a representative from Hawaii are likening its in-game economy to gambling.
Blinking lights are not just for Christmas trees. A new implantable device uses pulses of light to stimulate auditory nerves, offering an improvement on existing cochlear implants.
According to the research from the University of Cambridge, females in species such as the sociable weaver, superb fairy-wren and daffodil cichlid fish, tend to produce smaller eggs when help with rearing offspring is at hand compared to when parents are on their own.
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