The Galaxy has been making stars for the last 8 billion years. What’s kept it going all that time? When old stars die, some of their gas goes back into the galactic “soup” for star making. But in the long run a lot of it gets locked up in long-lived dwarf stars.
NASA and a Texas company are exploring the possibility of using a "3D printer" on deep space missions in a way where the "D" would stand for dining.
The wildly popular photo-sharing application Instagram is used by millions of people around the world. Nevertheless, the social media phenomenon is often dismissed as a trivial pastime.
For human civilization to survive, people must have access to the three basics: Food, water and shelter.
It won't come as much of a surprise to most dog owners, but new research has shown that man's best friend is a lot more likely to steal food when nobody's looking, suggesting for the first time that dogs can understand a human's point of view.
Recent statistics suggest Americans waste up to 40 percent of the food that passes through our kitchens.
Oxfam is warning that climate change represents a far greater threat to the world's poor than previously believed, because of the effects of extreme weather on harvests and food prices.
Organic food isn't noticeably better for people's health, according to a meta-analysis of past studies carried out by Stanford University scientists.
For the past few weeks, people who barely look at the moon have become temporarily obsessed with space exploration.
The amount of food the world needs could double by 2050, say scientists, with potentially devastating consequences for the planet.
California is toying with the idea of putting an initiative on the 2012 state ballot that would require the labeling of GMO-based ingredients in food.
A third of college college students and young professionals around the world consider the internet to be as important as air, water, food and shelter, according to a survey from Cisco.
America isn’t perfect and emulating the European Union isn’t exactly a good way to bring back some of the glory from the pre 9/11 era.
Astronauts on the way to Mars could munch on space-grown lettuce, strawberries and carrots, a NASA scienstist says.
Watch out, Winkelvosses - Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced that from now on he's going to kill what he eats.
There is more proof that all forms of life share certain characteristics with humans. This time it’s our preference for caffeine.
Think it is safe to grab an extra slice of pie? Well, think again.
People love to buy things, but their willingness to wait in long lines for the chance to purchase In-N-Out Burgers and iPads is getting ridiculous.
A Swiss researcher has developed a new apple that is resistant to disease, appealing to the palate, and easy to grow, all without using genetic modification.
White Castle has added online ordering at all of their locations. Life just got a little better for stoners everywhere.