Industrialized nations across the world that feature workplace equality among men and women were subjected to an international study conducted by Tel Aviv University and the University of Haifa in Israel.
Sherwin Nuland, a surgeon and medical ethicist who was most known for his 1994 book "How We Die: Reflections on Life's Final Chapter," died Monday from prostate cancer at his home in Hamden, Conn. He was 83.
About a century ago, over 100,000 tigers roamed the Earth and were located between Turkey and Eastern Russia. Scientists now estimate that there are only about 3,000 wild tigers left in the world, and each subspecies seems to be in trouble.
Stereotypes of interpersonal relationships have historically portrayed men as beings who "keep to themselves" whereas women have been thought to be open and very communicative. Now, scientists have found out whether it's men or women who are better at cooperating.
If you had to choose between the two, would you prefer to be without the Internet or television? A recent Pew Research Center survey asked that exact question to a selected pool of participants.
Subway, a popular restaurant chain that's known for its healthier choice sandwiches and other foods, recently announced that they would remove a plastics chemical ingredient found in their bread products. The chemical Azodicarbonamide or ADA is a potentially harmful industrial ingredient that's foun...
A recent study shows that football helmets may not help protect athletes as much as previously thought. According to researchers from Florida State university College, that due to improper protection from the equipment, hits to the side of the head can result in a possible concussion and even brain ...
A melanosome is an organelle found in animal cells that stores and transports melanin, which is a light absorbing pigment that is responsible for color and photoprotection of animal tissues. The diversity of melanosomes 150 million years ago has provided scientists with interesting information.
In 1989 the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species outlawed the trafficking of African elephant ivory worldwide. However, with a rise in the killings of elephants and rhinos in recent years, world leaders seek to enact stricter laws.
Chances are, if you lived in the New World over one thousand years ago, you didn't get very far without a trusty bottle gourd-a hard fruit that was primarily used as a canteen and/or backpack in prehistoric America.
German scientists who've been studying the bones from the Aachen Cathedral for over 26 years recently announced that they may well have belonged to Emperor Charlemagne-the first emperor in Western Europe who died in 814 A.D.
Bill Nye “the science guy”, a childhood idol of many, will be participating in a creationism vs. evolution debate tomorrow night. His opponent is Ken Ham, who is one of the founders of a creationist ministry, Answers in Genesis.