A study from Georgia Tech examined whether or not we trust robots too much in dire situations.
A study out of the UK has shown that young adults who are overweight have worse memory skills than those who are not.
A new species of blue-tailed monitor lizard was discovered in Papua New Guinea, having taken the top spot in the food chain on the relatively remote island of Mussau.
A newly developed imaging technique from the Florida Institute of Technology may aid in the search for Earth-like planets and the "candle and lighthouse" problem.
The European Commission Joint Research Center has confirmed thorugh analyzation that human activity has driven climate change in the form of global warming.
The first 3-D 'map' of a critical protein that malaria parasites use to invade human red blood cells has been created.
Researchers at RMIT University and the University of Adelaide have joined forces to create a stretchable nano-scale device to manipulate light.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has designed a breed of MAVs inspired by the unique flight mechanics of bats.
The University of Chicago conducted a study that showed a staggering 94 percent of adults between 57 and 85 had at least one sensory deficit.
A new study has suggested that 5 billion people could be short-sighted by 2050, a sevenfold increase since 2000.
Scientists thawed and saw successful recovery from water bears after being frozen for 31 years.