Scientists find that while the impact of ozone should not be ignored, it does not seem to damage the ecosystems as much as thought.
For the first time since the first Japanese census in 1920, Japanese census shows a decline in its population growth.
Experts explain that a novel 3-D microscopic imaging technique might usher in a new era of anthropology.
People who exercise regularly are less likely to get depressed after a heart attack, says a new study.
The monarch butterfly makes a big comeback in Mexico, their winter migration grounds, says a new report.
New material created by a team at the University of Surrey in the U.K. is leading to the development of technologies generating electricity from light and heat.
This year's Burmese Python hunt managed to get 106 snakes into captivity, among which one snake was 15 feet long.
Scientists are using new charge injection devices that might identify earth-like planets.
The flu vaccine seems to be a good match to the strains of the virus that are circulating, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Scientists discover that cutting back beef and dairy products can help to reduce emissions.
Scientists have warned that global bleaching is leading to the biggest coral reef die-off in history.
A number of medical conditions led to the death of Justice Scalia, say doctors.
An allergic reaction that led to a seven-year-old being removed from a plane was greeted with insensitive applause by co-passengers.
UFO researchers shoot an interstellar mother ship that they claim is heading for Europa.
An experimental Ebola antibody, mAb114, may be tested on humans as it has been found to be effective in monkeys.