PHYS.ORG The death toll from the cold snap hitting parts of Europe rose to at least 65 on Wednesday as Bulgarian authorities reported seven fatalities. 5 months
VideoVideo
TrendingTrending
FreshFresh
Tabby's Star
MATHEMATICS
PHYSICS
Particle Physics
ASTRONOMY
Tabby's Star
Space Tech
Solar System
Universe
CHEMISTRY
ENGINEERING
PSYCHOLOGY
Geopolitics
Psychiatry
Sexuality
Social Science
BIOLOGY
Microbiology
Genetics
Reproduction
PALEONTOLOGY
ENVIRONMENT
Weather
ANTHROPOLOGY
HEALTH
Cancer
Dentistry
Dietary
Diseases
Infectology
Pharmaceuticals
Surgery
EDUCATION
ARCHEOLOGY
Four climbers found dead on Everest
PHYS.ORG The bodies of four climbers were found inside a tent on Everest, an expedition organiser said Wednesday, taking the death toll on the world's highest peak this spring season to 10. 3 days
The Poppy and the Poet: How a Remembrance Symbol Was Born
HISTORY World War I took a greater human toll than any previous conflict, with some 8.5 million soldiers dead of battlefield injuries or disease. The Great War,... 1 day
PPR a risk to Europe
Science Magazine 1 day
Mouse sperm survive space to spawn
SCIENCE-NEWS Sperm freeze-dried and sent into space for months of exposure to high levels of solar radiation later produced healthy baby mice. 5 days
Older adults may not benefit from taking statins
SCIENCE-NEWS Statins did not reduce heart attacks, coronary heart disease deaths or deaths from any cause in people age 65 and older, a new analysis finds. 5 days
Coroners unable to agree on what caused a person's death
PHYS.ORG A former top detective turned University of Huddersfield researcher has published his findings that coroners in England and Wales are seemingly unable to agree on what caused a... 16 hours
Mouse sperm survives in space, but could human babies?
PHYS.ORG Freeze-dried mouse sperm that spent nine months in space has been used to produce healthy rodent offspring back on Earth, Japanese researchers said this week. 3 days
volunteer sleuths ensure world war i mia receives just due 100 years after death Volunteer Sleuths Ensure World War I MIA Receives Just Due 100 Years After Death
HISTORY Seaman Herbert Hammond Renshaw staggered to keep his... 4 days
Mouse sperm subjected to cosmic environment still produces healthy offspring, report researchers
NEWS MEDICAL Freeze-dried mouse sperm that spent nine months in the harsh environment of space have successfully fertilized eggs and produced healthy offspring in mice. 4 days
US death rates from Alzheimer's disease increased 55 percent from 1999 to 2014
MNT Death rates from Alzheimer's disease (AD) increased 55 percent between 1999 and 2014, according to data released today in the CDC's Morbidity... 18 hours
Freeze-Dried Space Sperm Gives Rise to Healthy Baby Mice
LIVE SCIENCE Mouse sperm preserved on the International Space Station for nine months gave rise to healthy pups, a new study finds, suggesting that people could one day reproduce safely in space. 4 days
Freeze-Dried Space Sperm Gives Rise to Healthy Baby Mice
SPACE.COM Mouse sperm preserved on the International Space Station for nine months gave rise to healthy pups, a new study finds, suggesting that people could one day reproduce safely in space. 5 days
Biomarker may predict death or poor pulmonary outcomes in extremely preterm infants
NEWS MEDICAL Tests of cells collected from the umbilical cord blood vessel walls at birth can predict death or poor pulmonary outcomes in extremely preterm infants,... 4 days
The Latest: Report says bill leaves 51m uninsured in 2026
ABC NEWS The Congressional Budget Office says an estimated 51 million people under age 65 would be uninsured in 2026 under the latest version of the House Republican health care... 2 days
did the first human ancestor emerge in europe not africa Did the First Human Ancestor Emerge in Europe, Not Africa?
HISTORY According to the generally accepted story of human evolution, the human lineage split from that of... 3 days
Emotional toll from mass trauma can disrupt children's sense of competence
SCIENCE DAILY Traumatic events, such as a terrorist attack or natural disaster, can effect children's perceptions of competence. According to a new study, children with higher levels of... 2 days
Remains of Mini 'Komodo Dragon' Found in Greece
LIVE SCIENCE The last monitor lizard in Europe is discovered. 4 days
Philips sponsors research to help COPD patients breathe easier
NEWS MEDICAL Recently published advancements in pulmonary research suggest that the combination of non-invasive ventilation (NIV) and home oxygen therapy (HOT) can significantly prolong time to readmission or death for patients with... 22 hours
Climate change taking toll on clarity of Lake Tahoe water
PHYS.ORG Climate change is causing Lake Tahoe to warm sooner in the spring than it has historically, disrupting the normal mixing of shallow and deep water and undercutting gains... 4 days
European fossils may belong to earliest known hominid
SCIENCE-NEWS With new analyses of Graecopithecus fossils from Greece and Bulgaria, researchers argue for possible hominid origins in Europe, not Africa. 5 days
The Wild History of Witch Hunters
LIVE SCIENCE Witch-finders of early modern Europe and modern Africa made themselves indispensable by showing people a threat of a growing crisis of threatening evil. 5 days
This is what it's like to be struck by lightning
PHYS.ORG Sometimes they'll keep the clothing, the strips of shirt or trousers that weren't cut away and discarded by the doctors and nurses. They'll tell and retell their story... 4 days
Crash report: Confused by spin, Mars probe failed to brake
PHYS.ORG An independent report has concluded that Europe's Schiaparelli probe crash-landed on Mars last year because its systems couldn't cope with a brief, wild rotation during its descent. 3 days
Catherine the Great: Biography, Accomplishments & Death
LIVE SCIENCE Catherine the Great was Russia's longest-ruling female leader. 3 days
The birth and death of a tectonic plate
SCIENCE DAILY A new technique to investigate the underwater volcanoes that produce Earth's tectonic plates has been developed by a geophysicist. 2 days
dedicated control Dedicated control
ESA Operations image of the week: In 1983, teams at ESA’s operations centre concentrated on flying Exosat, Europe’s first X-ray observatory satellite and one of the first to feature an on board computer 3 days
WATCH: Poor sleep is linked to higher death risk in those with heart issues
ABC NEWS The study's findings are in the Journal of the American Heart Association. 2 days
Poor sleep is linked to higher death risk in those with heart issues
ABC NEWS The study's findings are in the Journal of the American Heart Association. 2 days
Experimental treatment tempers HLH, MS symptoms in mouse models, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Immune diseases like multiple sclerosis and hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis unleash destructive waves of inflammation on the body, causing death or a lifetime of illness and physical impairment. 4 days
Big Trouble in Little Russia Fine Spoofs Logo
Launch of space-debris-removal experiment delayed due to safety reviews
SPACE NEWS
Magnetism disrupts winds on ‘hot Jupiter’ exoplanet
SCIENCE-NEWS
Pregnant rays and babies pay a price after 'catch and release' from fishing trawlers
PHYS.ORG
Minimizing the risk of electric shock around pools and lakes
PHYS.ORG
The mystery of quantum computers
PHYS.ORG
New technique could increase success rate, life span of implantable devices
PHYS.ORG
'As soon as I could walk, I started to collect rocks'
STUDENT SCIENCE
Has Everest's famous Hillary Step really collapsed? Here's the science
PHYS.ORG
Australian satellite in orbit
PHYS.ORG
Designing games that change perceptions, opinions and even players' real-life actions
PHYS.ORG
Tornado spawning Eastern US storms examined by GPM satellite
PHYS.ORG
The problem of treating play like work – how esports can harm well-being
PHYS.ORG
Conch shells spill the secret to their toughness
PHYS.ORG
The language of 'terror' serves political ends – we owe it to our children to find real answers
PHYS.ORG
Expressing genetic interactions through music
PHYS.ORG