The Human Brain Project, a neuroscience project experimented by 135 scientists in Europe aims to further research the understanding of the human brain.
In a new report, researchers suggested that investment in studying delayed aging could be more beneficial in extending senior's life expectancy than studying heart disease and cancer.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to three men for their work on the cell transport system.
The NIH reported that for every week the government is shut down, nearly 200 patients will be turned away from new clinical trials.
In a crowded bar, it may be hard to get a drink. Now scientists have identified the key elements of body language that can increase your chances of being served before everyone else.
A Chinese cancer hospital has sparked outrage after it called upon female virgins ages 18 to 24 to donate their blood for medical research.
Apes are considered to be the closest relative to mankind and new research shows a similar characteristic we share with these creatures.
Scientists have made a significant finding following a meteorite found in California last year contained organic molecules, suggesting an extraterrestrial source for the evolution of life on Earth.
A new study says people suffering from cat allergies may soon get some relief.
Cancer Research UK has hired Dundee-Based Guerilla Tea to create a game that will allow the average person to help sort out real cancer data.
Exercise in a pill? That may sound too good to be true, but scientists say they are close to developing g a drug that gives us the benefits of exercising without having to actually move a muscle.
For the first time ever, the human brain has been rendered in 3-D, giving researchers an invaluable new way to examine how the brain works.
Researchers have learnt that naked mole rats produce a unique compound that gives them a natural resistance to cancer, fuelling hope that the mammal may help the fight against cancer in humans.
For people who have adopted a gluten-free diet, here are five tips to dining out.
The company based its advertising campaign on a study that found that only 4 percent of women described themselves as beautiful.
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.