Scientists found the octopus lays its eggs in sponges attached to sea floor nodules thought to contain valuable metals used to produce hi-tech electronics, including smartphones.
Patients cared for by female doctors fare better than those treated by male doctors.
Physicists were able to zap antimatter atoms with a laser, then precisely measure the light let off by these strange anti-atoms for the first time.
Hundreds of historic texts were saved from the Mar Behnam monastery, which was once occupied and destroyed by ISIS.
Americans living in colder places might doubt that climate change is happening, a new study found.
Scientists from Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences designed the world's smallest radio receiver with parts just two atoms in size.
Dozens of people died after consuming an alcohol alternative, a bath lotion containing methanol.
Late rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix left a legacy of his songs. Now, a plant has been named in his honor.
Zika virus has been linked to various cases of microcephaly among infants born to pregnant mothers infected with it.
Henry Heimlich, the creator of the world-famous Heimlich maneuver, died at 96.
A team of scientists discovered a Sun-like star or death star that has eaten its planets. Could this mean the Earth's Sun will eat its planets, too?