The second largest solar proton event in history took place over 1,000 years ago.
We know now how to stab a plant and squirt in some DNA.
It's good news because we need them desperately.
The London patient received a bone marrow transplant in 2016 as a treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The process described transforms the sugar found in brewer’s yeast into THC and CBD, as well as other cannabinoids.
Clouds dissipate with high carbon dioxide emissions—which is a world we're quickly moving toward.
It's good to be king...of the ocean.
Mapping them is a whole other challenge.
If not for dueling magnetic fields, we'd have no aurora borealis.
Insect biomass is falling by 2.5 percent a year, eight times faster than the rate of decline for mammals, birds, or reptiles.
On Neptune, a dark storm 6,800 miles wide is currently swirling around in the planet’s northern hemisphere.
The Cake Kalk& looks like a blast to ride but will no doubt put a huge hole in your wallet.
And although they look intimidating, they probably weren't a weapon.
It offers clues to unanswered questions about how volcanic landscapes form.
But it's indicative of much more than just that.
It only happens when the sun, moon, and Earth align just right.
Scientists hope fruit fly eggs will be the next to perk up.
After the sun engulfs Mercury, Venus, and Earth, it will shrink into an unimaginably dense crystal ball.
It's the equivalent energy of trillions and trillions of nuclear bombs.
Scientists have been studying the phenomenon for two years.
The single specimen coats hundreds of tree-root systems spanning more than 75 hectares.
The search for the elusive Cenaspis aenigma ends inside another snake's belly.
It's even true! In a certain context.
A supernova can really mess you up when you're a giant shark.
Water can make a volcanic eruption much, much worse.
There's no shortage of weird applications for the cannabinoid of the moment.
And they show how nature and tech could someday work together.
Like a certain fictional sci-fi robot, CIMON doesn't always like to follow orders.