Modded Ford GT hits 223 MPH

A heavily-modded street-legal Ford GT recently became the first car recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records to hit a blazingly fast standing-mile speed of 223 MPH. 

Scientists learn about the brain’s ability to reorganize itself

A new study from The University of Michigan has found that after being disrupted, mouse brains are able to shift important functions tied to learning and memory.

Eight-year-olds publish in top scientific journal

A group of British schoolchildren have achieved an honor only to be dreampt of by many scientists - having a paper accepted for publication by a prestigious Royal Society journal.

MIT aims to do away with cooks

MIT thinks it might be able to eliminate cooking forever through a series of research projects.

Human genome carries 40 million-year-old virus

About eight percent of human genetic material comes from a virus and not from our ancestors - and could be causing mutations and psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia.