Parasitic worm infection could help or harm a women's fertility, according to a recent study.
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found genes that affected both motor coordination and body weight in mice, which may shed light on the onset of some neurodegenerative illnesses in humans.
Now here's a study that gives the term "lovebirds" a whole new meaning.
The new liquid can dissolve unusually large amounts of gas, which are absorbed by the holes in the liquid. This new study paves way for more efficient and greener chemical processes, such as carbon capturing, according to the researchers from Queen's University Belfast in the UK.
Researchers at the RMIT University in Australia have created a new method for detecting varying levels of nitrogen dioxide, which is a harmful air pollutant.
In a recent study researchers found that as the atmosphere becomes warmer, it will also become hazier, which ultimately impacts future air quality.
In a recent study, researchers found that marine invasive species such as jellyfish and algae are benefiting from rising carbon dioxide levels in the ocean. These invasive species are inhabiting new areas of the planet, where they are destroying ecosystems.
Elephants use their trunks to reach hard-to-get food by blasting air through the appendage, according to a recent study.
Researchers have created a new method for storing concentrated solar thermal energy that is cost effective and environmentally friendly, and will enable solar thermal energy to have wider practical uses.
There's a new record for the smallest land snail. Discovered in Malaysian Borneo by a team of Dutch and Malaysian biologists amongst another 47 species of varying sizes, the world's tiniest snail holds a shell of merely 0.50-0.60 mm width and 0.60-0.79 mm height.
A researcher at Florida State University has developed a new artificial material that can create a sustainable energy source, the process working almost identically to photosynthesis in plants.