Scientists have synthesized a previously unknown isotope of uranium, uranium-241, that may start to disappear after just 40 minutes.
For the first time, scientists using chia seed experiments have confirmed that Alan Turing's mathematical model can explain patterns seen in nature.
Ten elements that help make up the universe, including carbon, are getting their very atomic weights altered.
From immunity to skin health, we need zinc for a variety of bodily functions. Here are the best sources, as well as signs of deficiency
Millions of tons of a type of extremely reactive chemical can form in the atmosphere each year, with implications for health and the global climate.
Burning is the release of energy, and some materials like metals, can absorb energy better than others, such as wood.
A newly created isotope of the silvery metal lutetium has a strange squashed nucleus and a half-life of just a few hundred nanoseconds.
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