Scientists have found that if crop-pollinating insects like bees continue to decline, more than half of the people in some developing countries may be at risk for malnutrition.
The future of agriculture may be all about drones. Unmanned aerial vehicles could greatly help farmers with precision agriculture in the future.
Today's generation is all about equality when it comes to gender roles. Yet new findings show that girls may be a bit ahead of boys when it comes to academic achievement.
The human genome largely dictates what you're like as a person, and scientists are still unraveling the mysteries of this code to our existence. Now, though, they may have discovered a way to identify which letters in the human genome are functionally important.
How long will you live? Apparently your friends can tell.
Climate may be to blame for human language. Scientists have long wondered whether climate and geography affect language and now, researchers have untangled the factors that may cause sounds to change.
Some new technology may be changing the lives of the blind. A woman and new mother was able to see her newborn baby for the very first time using eSight Glasses.
Human brains can accomplish some amazing feats, and one of them is specialization. Now, scientists have studied the brain activity of blind individuals to learn a bit more about how the brain specializes to perform different kinds of tasks, shedding light on how our brains can adapt to technological...
We may just be a bit closer to the end of the world. Scientists have moved the hand of the symbolic Doomsday Clock two minutes closer to midnight, citing unchecked climate change and the threat of nuclear weapons as the reason.
Researchers may have made a breakthrough when it comes to unlocking the secrets of ancient Herculaneum scrolls. Although the scrolls cannot physically be opened, scientists have now created software that will visualize the scrolls' writings as they would be if unrolled after scanning them.
It turns out that our ancient human ancestors used their hands like we do. Scientists have discovered that pre-Homo human ancestral species, such as Australopithecus africanus used human-like hand postures far earlier than expected.
Saving up for an extravagant vacation? You might want to quit smoking to help pay for it. A new analysis released as part of Tobacco-Free Awareness Week reveals that millions of smokers in the United States may be more likely to drop the habit if they realize just how much money they could save.