A group of researchers from the University of Kansas has found the oldest evidence of the right handed person -- not a Homo sapiens but a Homo habilis.
A new study revealed that human jaw most likely evolved from extinct armored prehistoric fish that dominated the waters over 400 million years ago.
A team of researchers from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine has discovered that people who suffer the most from migraines have higher concentrations of microbes that change the nitrates from various foods into chemicals that induce migraines.
The famous animal popularized by a cartoon in the '90s is now back in the limelight. Apparently, the Tasmanian devil's milk might just be the solution to the perennial medical problem of superbugs.
Japanese scientists succesfully grown healthy mouse pups using artificial egg cells.
Researchers at Kobe University Graduate School of Science have discovered a baffling new species of plants in Japan that neither photosynthesize nor bloom.
A recent study led by the University of Southampton says possible new evolutionary trajectories may happen, primarily attributing the event to shipments, that may later on produce "new" species and a different kind of global change.
Wolbachia has combination of genes, which includes DNA from black widow spider.
People infected with Zika virus might developed immunity preventing potential reinfection.
Jumping spiders could respond to sounds from three to five meters away
Heavy consumption of cannabis linked to lower bone density, body weight and BMI.
Calcium supplements increase the risk of coronary artery calcification
Scientists from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. has created the first-ever 3D-printed CellPod prototype that could grow and produce local grown food for a healthy meal.
Scientists are growing 300 “test tube” human brains with the goal of studying and developing cures for neurological disorders.
After two decades of observation and collection of artworks, biologist Brandon Ballengée has now compiled exhibits to connect viewers and spectators with the current ecological paradigms, encouraging them to make a move for the environment.