Hungarian mummies show that colorectal cancer was prevalent much before modernisation.
Utah may no longer be the "Salt Lake City" if proper measures are not taken to fight its shrinkage.
A new mathematical model gives an insight into viral social trends.
A NASA team notes that methane and deep valleys are unique in the northernmost parts of Pluto.
An exotic tetraquark has been added to the list of elementary particles.
An enigmatic painting was discovered in Bethlehem that is accorded "great religious and historical value."
Polar bears tend to eat their young during food scarcity. Is it due to climate change?
The mint sauce worm is being studied for its plant-like as well as animal traits.
Astronaut Scott Kelly will return to earth on March 2, happy to come back, yet willing to go to space again if needed.
The wealthy are more likely to adapt to climate change, according to scientists.
After a decade, millions of flowers bloom in California's Death Valley.
In an infertility breakthrough, scientists created offspring using sperm that began as stem cells.
By 2020, U.S. Air Force hopes to create a better stealth bomber.
Facebook announces that its Live video feature will soon be launched on Android devices.
Experts discover that even though mosquitoes develop immunity, they can be prevented from spreading malaria with the help of insecticide-treated nets.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.