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Fluid pressures in the Cascadia subduction zone are linked to regular, imperceptible earthquakes.
Twenty-two are dead, more are missing, and many more are injured after a supercell storm spawned a series of tornadoes early Tuesday morning, including one that struck downtown Nashville.
Physicist Freeman Dyson was known for his work on quantum physics and mathematics, as well as his big ideas about the far future.
A gargantuan explosion tore through the heart of a distant galaxy cluster, releasing about five times more energy than the previous record holder, a new study reports.
Frantic distress messages were sent over the machine after the cruise liner slammed into an iceberg in 1912.
Archaeologists have reconstructed part of a colorful leopard painting that decorated the lid of an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus.
Here are six ways the U.S. government and health care system could fight back against the coronavirus.
Scientists aim to stay the spread of antibiotic resistance by messing with how bacteria evolve.
High alcohol content ensures that DIY hand sanitizers will effectively reduce coronavirus when soap and water aren’t available.
A pair of 99-million-year-old cave-dwelling cockroaches are rewriting the early history of when bugs first moved into caves.
Deep-sea sponges may not have noses, but they still sneeze.
Those white socks are there because of genetic mutations and domestication.
Powerful winds and freezing temperatures recently made a chilling spectacle of several homes near Lake Erie, encasing them in thick layers of ice.
What are ‘ice volcanoes,’ and why are they erupting in Michigan?
Over decades, a brazen thief stole hundreds of eggs from rare and endangered falcons’ nests around the world, to sell to private collectors.
Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
With lucid dreaming, people can stop or even control their dreams.
Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science’s best.
We’re one step closer to having quantum internet, but wait, what is quantum internet?
Aerojet Rocketdyne will develop “enabling technologies” for DARPA’s Glide Breaker program under a newly announced contract, which is worth up to $19.6 million.
Mad Mike Huges has died after crash-landing a homemade rocket Saturday.
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