If counting sheep and drinking milk isn't helping you fall asleep, then it might be worth your while to look at your habits before you get into bed.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration celebrates six decades this year, but the agency responsible for putting the first man on the moon is struggling to stay ahead of the competition.
Dr. Kenneth Alexander was driving home one day last year when he thought of the idea: What if the Zika virus could be used to kill a childhood cancer called neuroblastoma?
For Hongkongers looking to the sky for this event, the total lunar eclipse begins at 3.30am.
Overuse of digital media platforms could lead to attention difficulties and impulse-control problems.
Antibiotics are meant to help our bodies fight against harmful bacteria and keep it from growing inside us, but did you know taking too many over time can actually strengthen the bacteria?
The ESF’s first ever STEAM event asked students to come up with a solution to a problem, but let them figure out the method by themselves.
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As Hawaii's Kilauea puts on a show, here are the common things people get wrong about volcanoes
Today we will look at the technology, psychology and values behind Facebook’s big data scandal.