A new study found that when trying to foster high self esteem in children, parents may inadvertently be creating little narcissists.
Researchers have discovered a microbe that appears to have remained unchanged for billions of years. Scientists say the discovery could confirm the theory of evolution.
A lowly bacterium, once sidelined in biofuel production, may help reduce production costs in converting crop residue and other non-crop plants into fuel.
The National Film Registry archives America's most influential films. Analysis of how those films are selected could become a model for designing a metric to identify influential scientific research.
Laboratory simulations of interstellar ices have revealed two sugar-like molecules that if found in comets, asteroids, even meteorites could support the theory that comets delivered the ingredients of life to primordial Earth.
New recommendation suggest eating smart for the planet, as well as health. In other words, more fruits, veggies, nuts, and whole grains — and less meat.
Genes related to strength, speed, and agreeableness differentiate ancient wild horses from contemporary domesticated ones, new research reveals.
Researchers say that the skeletons, which are approximately 11,500 years old, are the earliest known human remains from the North American subarctic.
Researchers developed flexible sheets of light sensors, containing a temperature-sensitive dye, that can automatically sense and adapt to the color of their surroundings.
Large amounts of the plastic debris littering the ocean's surface seems to be disappearing. But scientists are at a loss to explain where it's going.