Science

Pet Science

Can Dogs Benefit from Psychedelics? Here’s What the Latest Science Says

ByElana Spivack

There might be a catnip for dogs after all.

Science

7,000 Years Ago, Ancient Humans May Have Lived in This Giant Arabian Lava Tube

ByThe Conversation, Huw Groucutt, Michael Petraglia and Mathew Stewart

Until recently, no archaeologists had surveyed any of the hundreds of caves and lava tubes recorded across northern Arabia.

Reel Science

Sasquatch Sunset Spotlights the Bizarre, Cult-Like World of Lazarus Taxa

ByElana Spivack

These 10 animals are nearly as elusive as the Sasquatch.

Health

Can You Get Rid of ‘Forever Chemicals’ From Your Home? A Chemist Reveals the Challenges and Tricks

ByKyle Doudrick and The Conversation

While PFAS can be filtered out of water, these “forever chemicals” are hard to destroy.

space

The Solar System’s Most Volcanic Moon Has Been This Way For Billions Of Years

ByKiona Smith

A recent study confirms that Io has always been a landscape of fiery lava and violent volcanic eruptions.

Space

Can NASA's Mars Sample Return Program Be Saved? Some Experts Think So

ByDoris Elín Urrutia

The quest continues to bring pristine Mars rocks to Earth.

Detox

Wellness Culture Today Forgot About One Giant Idea From the Original 1970s Movement

ByElana Spivack

Wellness wasn’t all colonics and Goop cruises.

Space

Look! A Black Hole 33 Times More Massive Than Our Sun Was Hiding In Plain Sight

ByDoris Elín Urrutia

Astronomers just discovered the largest black hole in our galaxy. It was forged by a dead star.

Space

Is Dark Matter Real? Inside the Theories That Leave This Mysterious Phenomenon Out

ByKiona Smith

Is there more to the universe than meets the eye, or are the rules different than we thought? (Spoiler alert: it's probably the first one.)

Science

Brain Scans Of Jazz Musicians Could Unlock The Mystery Of Creative Flow

ByJohn Kounios, Yvette Kounios and The Conversation

What brain science can tell us about flow, or being “in the zone.”