Scientists have used meteorological records from the past 450 years to determine climate change from the and and the future.
Scientists reveal how food is converted into energy in all living organisms. Plants, animals and bacteria share common process through a series of chemical reactions.
Teens may change the world. A 16-year-old developed a simple way to detect the deadly Ebola virus, winning her the Google Science Fair.
For the first time, scientists have used sound waves to control brain cells.
Melting ice cream may just be a thing of the past. Scientists have developed a protein that may just keep your ice cream from actually melting.
A team of researchers at the University of Illinois found that sleeping in a peaceful environment is particularly important for older men 65 and up sleep, whether this means being close to a park or a sandy beach or an ocean view. And that sort of makes complete sense
The India Mars orbiter has captured some breathtaking images of the Red Planet. The new pictures reveal a bit more about Mars, and sets the country up for further space exploration.
New findings published in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy reveal that a compound found in drugs used to treat glaucoma--known as ethoxzolamide--may also be helpful in turning off tuberculosis bacteria's ability to sense immune system attacks, making them shorter and more effective.
Scientists from JCU In Australia had a bit of trouble telling leopards on the Malaya Peninsula apart, until they were recently able to solve a problem involving the manipulating mechanism of automatic cameras.
New findings published in the journal Scientific Reports show a connection between cocaine use and potential HIV infection.
New research by scientists at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) discredit the common belief that normal urine is sterile.
It's not exactly science that coffee is more likely to spill than a latte. Why? Well, because lattes have more foam. Coffee does not. However, findings published in the journal Physics of Fluid go in depth about why that is.