Tall grass played key role in human evolution.
Scientists have discovered the 700,000-year-old ancestor of the tiny primitive human known as "the Hobbit".
Human migration may have started from the Pacific coast, not the Rocky Mountains, according to new studies.
The US Army with a theme, "American Soldier--Always Ready, Always Leading" will have its birthday on June 14. Come and celebrate!
DNA X-files mystery have been found to have a significant role in the repair and recreation of human DNA – one that is crucial for every life form.
According to new estimates, Neanderthal genome included harmful mutations that made the hominids around 40 percent less reproductively fit than modern humans.
Research has refuted previous scientific claims that ancient Aboriginals were not the first people in Australia.
A 4-year-old boy amazingly survived a fatal injury after a car crash.
Researchers have recently suggested that human ancestors in Europe knew how to make fire nearly 800,000 years ago.
What is skin picking disorder? Is there really such a thing?
An international research team led by paleogeneticists of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz publishes a study showing that early farmers from across Europe have an ancestry leading back to the Aegean.