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Looking for a new game to play on your mobile device? Here's our pick of the best released in May 2015.
Scientists from Stanford University figure out a way to make "human cortical spheroids," little balls of brain cells that could offer insights into the complexities of our actual gray matter.
The question isn't why you would pour molten aluminum into a lava lamp. The question is why WOULDN'T you pour molten aluminum into a lava lamp?
The Doctor is getting a minifig makeover. The BBC's "Doctor Who" franchise is officially joining the upcoming Lego Dimensions action-adventure video game.
The military is testing $40,000 handheld surveillance drones that latch onto utility belts.
After some practice runs, the particle collider at CERN is getting ready to deliver physics data Wednesday for the first time in 27 months.
The Brotherhood Workshop releases a "Jurassic World" short showing Lego raptors unenthusiastic about a new mission from Owen Grady.
Want to make live music better or block engine noise? Here Active Listening buds are like equalizers for real life.
The dusky antechinus is endangered -- and not only because all the males die from the stress of having too much sex every year.
Mystical bad guys look out! The Rock is in talks to play Jack Burton in the "Big Trouble in Little China" remake for 20th Century Fox.
A Google research scientist spills the beans on an artificial-intelligence project that tries to calculate the calories in your food porn pictures -- and learns from its mistakes.
Author George R.R. Martin's epic "A Song of Ice and Fire" series has thousands of characters, so some had to be cut from the TV adaptation. These are the ones Martin wishes made the cut.