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For the first time, scientists have confirmed that climate change affects the gender determination process of Australian bearded dragons in the wild.
The voice of Mr. Burns, Smithers and a ton of other Springfield regulars reportedly signs a new deal that will keep him on the show for at least four more seasons.
In the latest video from GE's Emoji Science Lab, Bill Nye the Science Guy discusses the scientific advances making us a bit more like superheroes.
Want to donate your corpse to science? That's noble of you, but it's not your only option. Here are just a few of the many things people can choose to do when they've shuffled off that mortal coil.
Bluetooth me up, Scotty. An original series "Star Trek" communicator smartphone handset will make you feel like you're exploring strange new worlds.
Prepare to mourn for the Superman movie that never was. Test footage of Nicolas Cage squeezed into a blue superhero costume in 1997 is here for your wonderment.
A new YouTube DIY show, "Low Budget Prop Shop," shows how to build a replica Terminator arm using common household items and low-priced hardware store finds.
Forget water wings. The Kingii flotation device hangs out on your wrist, waiting to save you when you go under the water and need a lift back to the surface.
Commentary: The new teaser for Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" on Netflix is real, and I'll prove it to you!
The CleanSpace One project will deploy a satellite equipped with a net to go catch a small satellite and destroy it in Earth's atmosphere.
Take your place in the director's chair for a playable Google doodle bringing Ultraman to life.
For the first time, scientists have confirmed that climate change affects the sex determination process of Australian bearded dragons in the wild.
Women of the 1950s go head to head against zombies in Aberford -- a melee brawler game under development that delves deep into the social issues of post-war suburbia.