At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is the wife’s weight in beer.
What would Jessie Spano say?
She was buried with more than a dozen decorated vases.
Comparative psychologist Fumihiro Kano and his collaborator Satoshi Hirata are using the movies to study long-term memory in apes.
Neurotic Neurons shows how signals bounce around the brain, helping us learn and unlearn anxious responses.
You can't actually dig to China.
The LEGO printer will help make Braille more accessible.
Drones, armed guards, and international relocation are helping to protect rhinos from poachers.
In 1855, D.C. residents were anything but thrilled with a gift from the pope.
If you would like to do some meditating or relaxing, a forest clearing is a good place to go. A group of students in Estonia took that idea and amplified it, literally.
#PizzaRat isn't the only animal having trouble on a metro line.
This world-changing genius was born into poverty on September 22, 1791.
Colonel Sir George Everest gave his name, if not the pronunciation of it, to Mount Everest.
In the 1960s, the ugly little car became an international phenomenon—and changed advertising forever.
After a Freedom of Information request, London's transportation authority finally created a Tube map that shows the actual distance between stops.
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