Go check out this Q&A session on the Mars Curiosity Rover right now!

Next Tuesday, NASA's Mars Curiosity rover will have been on the surface of Mars for one year. To celebrate, a team of scientists and engineers from the Mission just hosted an epic AMA over on Reddit. Go check it out. » 7/30/13 2:04pm 7/30/13 2:04pm

The American Medical Association has declared obesity a disease

In a landmark decision that could have a dramatic impact on the lives of millions of Americans, the American Medical Association voted Tuesday to officially recognize obesity as a disease, drawing a clear distinction between what has long been regarded as a consequence of lifestyle and a medical illness. » 6/20/13 10:30am 6/20/13 10:30am

Lawrence Krauss answers questions on life, the Universe and everything

Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss – author of The Physics of Star Trek and A Universe from Nothing, and producer of The Unbelievers – participated in one of reddit's Ask Me Anything chats last night. He fielded a slew of fantastic question in the process, offering his thoughts on what it's like to travel with… » 5/14/13 6:40am 5/14/13 6:40am

How to bring back Firefly in five terrible steps

How many times a day do you think someone tries to convince Joss Whedon to bring back Firefly? The users of social bookmarking site reddit wasted no time asking Whedon to get the Serenity gang back together during an "Ask Me Anything" chat, and Whedon explained the ruinous steps he'd have to take. » 4/12/12 7:00am 4/12/12 7:00am