Montgomery’s children’s book debunks popular shark myths. While the average number of people killed by sharks annually worldwide is about 11, the number of sharks killed by people annually worldwide is 100 million.
New research indicates the region contained at least five Native American languages.
Elon Musk envisioned the Hyperloop as an above-ground tube with pods that could travel at 700 miles per hour.
At Massachusetts General Hospital Monday, a team of doctors announced that they’ve performed the first penis transplant in the U.S.
Chimpanzees have a sense of fairness, apes plan for the future, even crows can recognize human faces and hold grudges and octopuses might like to play.
What happens when we sacrifice the human touch for pure, machine efficiency?
Edward O. Wilson is professor emeritus at Harvard and one of the living giants in the natural sciences, but he doesn’t mind being called “the ant guy.”
The 69-year-old has been paddling the rivers of Massachusetts for the past month.
Thirty-three water systems in Massachusetts have tested over the federal lead standard at least once during the past three years.
Nathalia Holt’s new book ‘Rise of the Rocket Girls’ tells the story of these pioneering, mathematical women.
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