The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Merck & Co's pollen allergy drug Ragwitek for hay fever.
University of Massachusetts Amherst scientists have now created an adhesive device inspired by Geckos.
New study uses epigenetics to explain the differences between modern humans and Neanderthals.
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft left for the International Space Station with 5000 pounds of NASA cargo on Friday.
Researchers have found that a brain imaging technique called positron emission tomography (PET) is better than standard tests in predicting recovery of brain injury patients in vegetative state.
Researchers have found that Chimpanzees like to sleep on beds made of Ugandan Ironwood.
A 300-million-year old fossil of Eocasea martini has helped researchers understand the evolution of herbivores.
Fertility scientists have solved the mystery of how eggs know when sperm has come into contact with them, new research suggests.
A newly discovered species of ancient shark-like fish may cause biology textbooks that suggest modern sharks are primitive to be rewritten.
A study of players of the popular real-time strategy game StarCraft II suggests that cognitive motor performance peaks at age 24.
Among the big questions evolutionary scientists try to answer is how social behavior developed over the course of evolution. If researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and Basel, Germany, are correct, the beginnings of an answer to that big question may be found in the smallest of places: earwigs.
After being carefully packed into shipping containers and hauled across the country in a FedEx truck, a priceless, nearly complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton has arrived at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, where it will spend the next 50 years.
New research reveals the light-emitting properties of quantum dots can be applied in solar energy by more efficiently harvesting sunlight.
Scientists have discovered high levels of methane above shale gas wells at a point in production not previously thought to be a significant source of emissions, according to a joint study led by Purdue and Cornell universities.