Acting extroverted leads to more positive feelings across several cultures, according to a new research. People also report more upbeat behavior when they feel free to be themselves.
Computer-vision systems are better than humans in distinguishing between real and faked expression of pain, according to a new study.
Researchers found that humans and dogs process sounds similarly.
The evolution of an ancient fish might be able to explain the evolution of faces in vertebrates including humans as well.
Scientists have discovered more than 800,000 years old human footprints outside Africa, on the Norfolk Coast in the East of England.
Humans might be the last species to evolve in the universe, a Harvard astrophysicist has claimed.
In a quest to find what made humans unique, researchers concluded that it is an area of the brain that appears unlike anything in the brains of some of our closest relatives.
Prehistoric humans had the ability to control and use fire, according to new findings. The discovery, which was made in the Qesem Cave, is believed to be around 300,000 years old.
According to Illumina Inc, the $1,000 human genome sequencer has debuted. The genome sequencer dubbed HiSeq X has been designed to process 20,000 genomes a year that will cost $1,000 each.
Consuming nuts and acorns resulted in extremely bad oral health for early humans, according to a new study.
Noses are not the only part of the body that can sense odors, but lungs also have receptors that can perform the same job as nose, researchers have found.
Human who possess high motor excitability have better working memory than human with a low excitability for the same, a new study has shown.
A world leading geneticist theorized that humans could have come from pig-chimp mating.
A new ligament in human brain has been discovered by two knee surgeons at University Hospitals Leuven. The discovered ligament might be related to patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears.
Researchers observed brain activity in the medial frontal cortex and found that low frequency brain waves were tied to improvement on tasks after making a mistake.