Humans have Google and Wikipedia, now robots have Raptuya, an online database of information that helps robots "cope" in the world of humans, according to BBC News.
The world's most famous prehistoric monument, Stonehenge, may have started as a giant burial ground for elite families around 3,000 B.C., British researchers said Saturday.
It's 2013, but you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was perhaps 2030 after a man made headlines this week after becoming the first person to have 75 percent of his skull replaced with made-to-fit pieces that were 3D printed.
Ever seen a couple of rats sniffing at each other? New research released Thursday shed light over a new fact that rats have the ability to communicate with one another by sniffing.
There's an increasing amount of evidence that the climate has dramatically warmed up over the past century, and now a new study examining 11,000 years of climate temperatures shows the Earth is head towards an even more significant rise in heat.
A proposal to ban the international trade of polar bear body parts and fur was defeated on Thursday at an international conference on wildlife trade.
African forest elephants are being poached out of existence with more than 60 percent of them dying because of illegal ivory poaching in the last 10 years, conservationists say.
The vortex knot was a mere theory a century ago, but now physicists at the University of Chicago have created a vortex knot in a lab environment for the first time, the university said in a statement.
Robot technology has been developing at a fast pace and a company, Boston Dynamics, has built a robot that is agile and strong enough to climb rough terrain and even carries and hurls heavy loads.
If parents aren't already concerned enough of the damaging effects of the infamous chemical bisphenol A (BPA), new research released Friday shows that it can cause an increase of asthma in children.
Thailand's prime minister has promised to ban the legal trade of ivory for the first time.