CATEGORY: Science
Rediscovering the Alchemy of Isaac Newton
April 8, 2016

A recently rediscovered manuscript written in the 17th century by Isaac Newton offers a rare glimpse into the famed physicist’s interest in alchemy. Read More

The Iceman’s Stomach Bug Helps Scientists Map Ancient Human Migration
January 11, 2016

Scientists discovered the common pathogen Helicobacter pylori inside the stomach of Ötzi, the 5,300-year-old “Iceman” whose naturally mummified body turned up in the Alps in 1991. Read More

10 Things You May Not Know About Sigmund Freud
September 23, 2014

On the 75th anniversary of Dr. Sigmund Freud’s death, learn 10 surprising facts about the father of modern psychoanalysis. Read More

Scientists Find World’s Oldest Sperm
May 14, 2014

A team of paleontologists has discovered 17 million-year-old sperm inside tiny shrimp fossils encased in bat guano on the walls of a cave in Queensland, Australia. Read More

Iceman Frozen for Millennia Had Lyme Disease, Clogged Arteries & Sardinian Relatives
March 5, 2012

DNA sequencing has shed light on the Tyrolean iceman's ancestry and health. Read More

Organ Transplants: A Brief History
February 21, 2012

As news breaks of the longest organ transplant chain to date, explore the history of these potentially lifesaving procedures. Read More

Remembering Marie Curie on Her 144th Birthday
November 7, 2011

Today’s Google Doodle pays homage to the pioneering scientist Marie Curie, who was born 144 years ago on November 7, 1867. Read More

Satellite Images Provide Blueprint for Ancient Egypt
May 27, 2011

Satellites 400 miles above earth have revealed numerous ancient sites across Egypt, including 17 pyramids, 1,000 tombs and 3,100 settlements. Read More