Amid palace intrigue, gruesome assassinations, dark religious rituals, bloody battle scenes, fire-breathing dragons and lusty sexual escapades, there's some science.
The new film 'I, Frankenstein' is the latest update to a 200-year-old cautionary tale about science and technology.
Merriam-Webster declared 'science' the 2013 word of the year. But can reading something other than data and facts, say a work of fiction, help improve brain function? Anthony explains the possible benefits reading fiction can have.
Stephen Hawking bet a fellow physicist he Higgs boson would never be found, now he's settling up.