A massive block of butter was recently unearthed -- it is 2,000 years old and still edible.
Around-the-world atmospheric mission of NASA is set for a preview on July 7 at the Armstrong Fligh Research Center in Palmdale, California.
Cincinnati gorilla’s shooting incident has led to indignation, despite the zoo keepers’ claim that shooting the 400-pound ape Harambe was needed to save the four-year old boy who got into the gorilla’s enclosure.
A burlesque dancer was not allowed to board her flight to JetBlue until she was covered up, the flight crew said she was wearing an inappropriate outfit.
A 3D hydrogel biochip, a new way of detecting Colorectal Cancer in the early stages, has been discovered by the scientists at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Cheating appears to be done by people for others with the same social group.
An addition for its first Air Force’s secretive X-37B, DARPA, the research agency of the Pentagon’s future-focused project, is also aiming for a carrier that can deliver every day.
Automation is increasingly being applied, from manufacturing up to cars, as automation of complicated activities like driving guarantees more free time, yet a loss of jobs as well.
Kamilla Sadol said that her water-recycling jumpsuit idea was partly inspired by Danish astronaut Andreas Mogensen’s space mission to recycle urine into drinking water.
Pentagon is still using an 8-inch floppy disks of the 1970s to run the United States’ nuclear weapons.
A silver snake was noticed by a scientist in the southern Bahamas.