It is only a theory, but intelligence might be a genetic part of our life, instead of it being built up through hard work and studying.
David is EMN's youth reporter. Keeping his eye on stories that interest EMN's young viewers.
Light might be the fastest thing in the entire world, but we don’t have to make ourselves go faster to pass it, we just have to slow light down.
The deep ocean currents might explain why the Antarctic is just as freezing as it was years ago while the Arctic has been melting
The asteroid Phaethon makes an unusual orbit around the sun, as it flies following us around it.
Comets might hold the key to how life started on earth.
Robots are being taught on how to feel pain to give them a chance to survive harsh surroundings.
In just two decades, we have gone from knowing one planetary system (our own) to thousands, with 3,268 exoplanets now known. Many of which have had very irregular orbits that position themselves too close to the stars.