The DNA of tardigrades hold the key to their ability to remain in a suspended state until conditions have passed.
A multi-cellulosed algae has been found in India and research results say that it dates back from 1.6 billio years ago.
A new gene-silencing technique is capable of preventing cholesterol levels from increasing by 50 percent.
An experimental drug delivered directly to breast cancer cells through nanoparticles shows promising results in treating cancer even in its aggressive stage.
Amazon's Alexa can now control iRobot cleaners Roomba. Colin Angle, Chairman, and CEO of iRobot Company have high hopes for Roomba's role in the future of smart home features.
Scientists have discovered the key cells, significant in brain repair and could potentially revolutionize the treatment of neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis.
A new study reveals that it is possible to predict a heart attack before it even happens through a noninvasive imaging medical procedure.
The latest study revealed that synchronizing the regions of the brain with electricity helps in boosting key memory processes.
Reports emerged that sperm donations within Florida may be affected with Zika virus.
The new Luka feature allows users to feel as though they are communicating with the dead because it relays Mazurenko's actual messages when he was still alive.
Instead of the usual blood test required to be able to diagnose and monitor diabetes, a new sweat sensor is being developed to improve such process.
Amazon has stepped up this time by teaming up with WebMD to give Alexa the ability to diagnose health concerns and relay diagnosis to users.
A new portable device is now available to examine brain tissues and evaluate brain injuries at a shorter time. Such device equips microwave technology and has been used in small trials.
'Grimm' Season 6 will hold an estate sale to sell off a collection of its equipment and props from its six seasons. Nick (David Giuntoli) will have a face-off with Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz),
The famous scientist warned that technological advancement could go beyond our control. Coupled with aggression, it might lead to human extinction.
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.