The new study of marine fossils provides clue regarding why certain ocean animals are more prone to extinction than others.
A novel study provides evidence for the preservation of ancient dinosaur proteins, including reactivity to antibodies that target specific proteins normally found in bone cells of vertebrates.
It is known that the skin of the fish contains multi layer arrangements of reflective guanine crystals. These are responsible for polarizing light when reflected.
A hand shake is a very simple gesture, but definitely plays a crucial role in determining how others perceive you. It is vital for personal branding. A latest study provides an insight into just how important the practise is to the evaluations we make of subsequent social interactions.
Childhood poverty, stress as adult, demographics such as age, sex and ethnicity leave an imprint on a person's genes. This plays a major role in the immune system.
A new animal study highlights an interesting fact that, companionship has the potential to reduce pain linked to nerve damage.
It calls for change of mindset and involvement. According to an analysis from the University of Melbourne, parents from poorer backgrounds are less likely to encourage their kids to finish high school.
Ever realized why your hands crawl up to your ears on hearing the unpleasant sound of the chalk on the blackboard or a knife on a bottle. The researchers from the Newcastle University have presented an explanation that highlight the heightened activity between the emotional and auditory parts of the...
Currently in the United States, consumers are slow to embrace electric vehicles. One prime factor against resistance to the electric car is buyers' anxiety over finding a charging station. It is very tough to sell an electric vehicle that needs to be plugged in overnight as the thought of being stra...
The new finding might amuse you, as it states that mice have certain brain features (vocal communication pathways) that are similar to humans and song learning birds. Male mice try matching the pitch of other males' ultrasonic serenades.
A new finding by the Australian research team open up potential targets to improve treatments or to develop a vaccine for tuberculosis.
The researchers are a step closer in finding an imaging technique that can identify thickening of the coronary artery wall, an early stage of coronary heart disease (CAD). This is based on the result of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).