A latest study published in the journal Zookeys states that four new species of rove beetles have been discovered in the Ningxia Autonomous Region, China.
A latest preliminary research finding from the University of Arizona suggests that Facebook helps in improving the mental abilities of older adults. Men and women above the age of 65 who learn to use Facebook notice a boost in cognitive functions.
The world's smallest satellites weighing less than 15 pounds each were launched into orbit Feb. 25, 2013 from an Indian spaceport.
Astronomers from the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia have traced the origin of the meteorite that fell in Central Russia and Urals regions injuring over thousand people earlier this month.
A study conducted by researchers at the Michigan State University suggests that ultrasound tests may be helpful in determining the child's risk for autism.
A latest study conducted by researchers at the University of Surrey has come up with an alarming finding which states that inadequate sleep alters the activity of hundreds of human genes. These are the genes that are associated with response to stress, immunity and controlling inflammation.
A new species of miniature catfish was discovered in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. The newly discovered fish belongs to the genus Pseudolaguvia.
Owner of a fishing vessel called Rimrack, Mike Anderson from New Hampshire made a very unusual catch while fishing for scallops at the south of Isles of Shoals. He spotted a 6-inch triangular-shaped tooth captured in the trawl amid a pile of shells and rocks.
A recent study offers some relief to those parents whose children are experiencing slow growth. According to the study conducted by researchers at the University of Bristol, during the first nine months, babies are slow in gaining weight but catch up with their normal peers by the age of 13.
A latest study suggests that babies born by Cesarean section are five times more prone to develop allergies when compared to babies born naturally.
"Solve the Outbreak" a free iPad app allows the users to assume the role of a disease outbreak investigator in the agency's Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) by navigating three fictional outbreaks based on real-life events..
All the space enthusiast were able have a face to face chat with the astronauts. Thanks to the first Google+ Hangout live with the International Space Station hosted by NASA on 22 Feb 2013 from 10.30 a.m EDT to 11.30 a.m EDT.