Disney's Pixar film 'Inside Out' draws upon the science of facial expressions to portray five basic emotions: joy, sadness, anger, fear, disgust.
Orbiting a dim dwarf star some 200 light years from Earth, Kepler-138 b is about the size of Mars.
Comet particle collisions on the moon's airless surface have resulted in a dust cloud around Earth's natural satellite, suggest data from a NASA orbiter.
A team of researchers from Britain, the University of Vermont, and the World Wildlife Fund find a way to make the conservation of palm oil land affordable.
NASA's New Horizons space probe has just 20 million miles to go before its historic encounter with Pluto, marking the first time a spacecraft from Earth has visited it or any other Kuiper Belt object.
Scientists have detected methane in meteorites from Mars, raising the possibility of past microbial activity on the Red Planet.
Why did sauropods – the giant, four-legged, herbivorous dinosaurs – dominate the higher latitudes but shun the tropics? It was the climate, say scientists.
Scientists have chilled potassium atoms to the coolest temperature yet, just a hair above absolute zero.
Paleontologists reconstructed the climate and ecology of Triassic New Mexico to explain a strange absence of dinosaurs near the equator.
Ecology Minister Ségolène Royal has asked garden stores to stop selling herbicides containing glyphosate, such as Monsanto's flagship weed killer, Roundup.
The same North Carolina beach saw two successive shark attacks Sunday afternoon. Should we worry about shark attacks?
Philae, the European Space Agency's comet lander that had bounced into an area with little sunlight for its solar panels, has finally woken up, say scientists.
It's not as risky as you think, say experts, as long as you're near a cage and know what you're doing.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has captured the sharpest-yet images of bright spots on the surface of Ceres, a dwarf planet in our solar system's asteroid belt.
The European Space Agency's comet lander, Philae, awoke from seven months of hibernation after it had bounced into a spot with little sunlight to charge its batteries.
'Jurassic World' was this weekend's big box office winner. But is the science accurate?
Rosetta's Philae – the European Space Agency’s long-lost comet lander – may have been found on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Polar bears have been spotted eating white-beaked dolphins on Svalbard, a group of Norwegian islands in the Arctic Ocean. Another example of how global warming is changing habitats and diets.
Since last November, at least 14 earthquakes have been recorded in rural Alabama. If it's not fracking, why is the ground shaking?
Scientists use infrared cameras and 3-D printed flowers to study moths, hoping the moths can show them how to build better flying robots.