The Renaissance-era polymath may have suffered from a form of strabismus known as intermittent exotropia, according to recent research.
Before he died in March, the Cambridge University professor predicted that people this century would gain the capacity to edit human traits such as intelligence and aggression.
The remarks put the American president at odds with most world leaders, as well as with scientific fact.
As unlikely as it might sound, birds really can get intoxicated by eating fermented berries.
Researchers are calling for more “no selfie zones” near bodies of water, mountain peaks and at the top of tall buildings.
You're not being lazy, say researchers who observed subjects' brain activity. You're “minimizing energy cost."
J50's last known sighting was Sept. 7, according to the Center for Whale Research.
In 2012, the GOP-controlled General Assembly barred state agencies from basing regulatory policy on predictions of rising sea levels.
Jocelyn Bell Burnell's work led to the discovery of pulsars. She plans to use her prize money to fund scholarships for women and minorities.
Zafar is a “social outcast,” isolated from other dolphins, researchers say.