Tuberculosis remains a deadly threat worldwide. There haven't been any new medications to treat TB in the four decades. But a latest study in South Africa raises hope in battling with this deadly lung diseases even if they are resistant to today's main drugs.
Nearly the entire ice cover of Greenland, from its thin, low-lying coastal edges to its two-mile-thick center, experienced some degree of melting at its surface.
An unmanned Russian cargo ship has failed to successfully dock with International Space Station (ISS), during tests deigned to facilitate future links ups. The Russian Mission controls have not specified any reason for this failure, and are still probing into this issue.
NASA's Space Technology Program had developed a large inflatable heat shield which successfully survived a trip through Earth's atmosphere while travelling at hypersonic speeds up to 7,600 mph.
The geological past of Saturn's largest moon Titan was hidden beneath a thick methane and nitrogen atmosphere and this hazy blanket of gases kept its perplexing terrain unexplored. Saturn's largest moon appeared through telescopes as a hazy orange orbit, in contrast with other heavily-cratered moons...
A team of researchers from Harvard University and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have used recent advances in marine biomechanics, material science and tissue engineering to turn inanimate silicone and living cardiac muscle cells into a freely swimming jellyfish.
The discovery of the new planet Gilese 581 that was announced in the year 2010, is now back officially with No 1 ranking on the list of a potentially habitable worlds outside of our solar system.
UCLA researchers have developed a new and innovative transparent solar cell that is an advance towards giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside.
The first model to be completely simulated by computer software is 'Mycoplasma Genitalium', the world's smallest free living bacterium that lives in the genital and respiratory tracts of humans and other primates. This organism is responsible causing sexually transmitted disease.
NASA along with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the State Department and Nike Inc. opened the fourth instalment of the Launch initiative Friday.
Most of us would have been curious to know what space smells, because it's so cold and vast and dark. With all this, we tend to recline over the thought that what our olfactory nerves would sense in space? Well, the Astronauts returning after their space walk can help probe into this interesting asp...