Ice cores taken from a remote South American glacier in the Peruvian Andes are revealing a year-by-year tropical climate history over nearly 2,000 years, according to a study released Thursday.
Astrophysicists have long scratched their head when it came to figuring out how galaxies like ours get and maintain their characteristic arms, and now a new study has answered this age old questions.
In the battle of the sexes, men are bound to lose, a scientist has predicted. That is, males will sooner or later go extinct.
British researchers have devised the prototype of a tactile helmet which uses vibrations to help on-duty firefighters find their way through dark or smoke-filled conditions.
Despite the gender stereotype that boys are better than girls at math, a new study reveals that male and female students earn similar grades in math and science.
The invisibility cloak has long been featured in sci-fi and fantasy novels like "Harry Potter", tantalizing our imaginations with all its wonderful possibilities, and now a research team has created one that is micrometers thick.
Earthquakes may help deposit gold on the Earth’s crust, a recent study suggests.
A man received a 3-D printed implant replacing 75% of his skull.
In many human societies, there are laws put in place to combat any likelihood of incest.
Researchers have found a bizarre alien "slime" deep in the water-filled underground caves of Australia's Nullarbor Plain.
Earth didn't warm up as much as predictions and numerical models had previously said it would between 2000 and 2010, leading scientist to research why that was. Scientists in a new paper released Friday say it's because of volcanic eruptions, even small ones, may contradict some of the effects of global warming.
The Rare Genomics Institute and Assay Depot of San Diego and Washington University geneticist Dr. Jimmy Lin, recently announced that around $500,000 will be awarded for research institutions focused on rare genetic diseases.
As space exploration continues to progress, NASA announced on Monday that Mars rover Curiosity has successfully placed two small samples of rock powder into its "compact laboratories" for further analysis.
The scientists claim that the proof is in the island of Mauritius.
Having had two children, Colombian woman Martha Silva has taken on the role of mother again.