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Here's everything you need to know about cryopreservation — from how bodies are preserved to how to fund your own future freezing.
Amtrak is enjoying record ridership, but opponents still want to shut it down.
Video: Brazilian teenagers looking to improve their English have been chatting with a group of people who just want someone to talk to: elderly Americans.
Think rock-paper-scissors is a game of chance? Think again. Scientists have discovered the ideal winning strategy.
Provided the cells can turn these artificial DNA bits into actual proteins, scientists may be able to create new cutting-edge drugs.
The parks highlight how drones can endanger the safety and well-being of both human visitors and animal inhabitants.
Biologist Craig Venter's company has received $50 million in funding to develop 'humanized pig organs.'
Psychological priming, like suggesting you'll see a face in a blurry image, triggers your brain to search for a face, even if there actually isn't one.
One Doodle 4 Google contest winner will earn $30K in college scholarships plus $50K for their school. (With entries this good, how do you choose just one?)
The average American shells out nearly $10,000 for a year of driving privileges. With other options increasingly available, is it really worth it?
Many super-heavy elements last briefly before decaying, but scientists are always searching for the elusive 'island of stability' when the element lasts for a longer period of time.
The answer, it turns out, was something that earlier studies had dismissed as purely ceremonial instead of practical.
Researchers harness the power of mobile phones to bring eye exams to the people who need them most.
Despite their continued popularity, fitness bands may not deliver on the promises they make.
Both a potential hermit-maker and a fabulous convenience, the Chui doorbell does the grunt work for you by telling solicitors to bug off and even unlocking the door for welcome guests.
The defect won't mean much when graphene is used as conduct of electricity, but as a way to boost the strength of other materials, every imperfection matters.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.