Some of the biggest names in science have come together to urge a concerted effort to understand microbiomes, or the environments and interactions that define groupings of bacteria both inside the human body and in the wide world.
Leaders can be made in 15 weeks, according to a new study.
According to a new study, chimpanzees are inherently violent creatures.
A large twin study found that language delays could be caused more by nature than by nurture.
Koalas chill by hugging trees, a new study suggests.
Nature is the most preferred destination for inspirations. In a latest example, researchers have revealed experimental drones whose designs are inspired by birds, bats, insects and even flying snakes.
Children who play outdoors are happier and smarter than those who stick to television and video games.
In a new research paper, the authors reiterated their findings that genetics play a huge factor in shaping people's political beliefs.
Researchers reported that genetics play a larger role in educational achievement than environment does.
A man-made reservoir in Thailand has allowed researchers to measure the speed of mammal extinctions and found that it will happen at a much faster pace than what was previously assumed, according to a study.
Five month ago, Tyler Judd and his wife moved into a new home in Provo, Utah.
Paul Templer is now a successful motivational speaker and runs a foundation that supports children with disabilities and terminal illnesses in Michigan and in southern Africa.
Curious to better understand the movements of sea turtles, scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have actually created the "FlipperBot" to generate new data on how they navigate themselves in world.
Green spaces like parks, gardens and lawns can improve the wellbeing and quality of life of city dwellers, according to a new study.
A man was killed by a beaver after he tried to take a picture of it.