The study by Oxford anthropologist Robin Dunbar found that social networks do not guarantee lasting friendships.
An NYT report describes two documented cases that provide evidence of the virus surviving in semen.
A new study should that one in seven diagnosed are younger than 50 years. A second study found fecal testing an effective tool for colon cancer detection.
A new study has ruled out a longstanding hypothesis that stripes provide camouflage to the animal.
New reports claim Apple will launch a 4-inch iPhone by April. The phone could be called iPhone 5SE.
Researchers at Salk Institute discovered that the variations in synaptic connections are smaller than earlier thought, allowing for more information storage.
The stomachs and liver can also protrude outside in some cases, CDC warns.
The test based on gene profiles can help restrict antibiotic resistance.
Two astrophysicists from Caltech have argued that a ninth planet is indeed out there.
A computer labored for a month to discover the Mersenne prime which is one less than an exponential of 2.
The company announced it would make the donation over the next three years for public good.
A patent filed by the company details dual camera setup that allows optical zoom.
A new study found as many as a 600 species in 50 NC homes.
Remnants of the stellar explosion was first spotted last year.
An experiment has shown odor changes in urine could be used to detect the disease even before the formation of amyloid plaques are noticed in the brain.
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