It turns out that humans are not as bad as they think to be. Hurting each other is not something that is genetic but most likely because of factors such as changes in social environment.
A new study from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) has offered a surprising twist of how life began on earth, questioning the likeability of the "RNA World" Hypothesis and proposing that DNA may have also existed when life began.
Smoked salmon from Mt. Kisco Smokehouse recalled due to potential listeria contamination.
A baby was born using the revolutionary “three-parent” gene technique, a method that incorporates DNA of three people.
Scientists have engineered synthetic blood vessels in hopes of treating children born with serious heart defects. The artificial blood vessels, which could grow with age, could eventually eliminate the need for multiple surgeries in children.
A team of researchers has finally describe how stimulating a single region of the brain via electricity affects the activation of other regions and large-scale activity within the brain.
A new DNA study suggests that our feline friends have conquered the world by boarding ships and sailing through the vast oceans.
A new study revealed the mechanism behind the mating nocturnal song of plainfin midshipman fish.
A Swedish scientist by the name Fredrik Lanner is waltzing through the ethical line of science as he attempts to edit the genes of a healthy human embryo.
A new study suggests that the genetic ancestry of all non-Africans can be traced back to a single population that migrated out of Africa.
A new study from the Ohio State University have tripled the known types of viruses living in oceans around the world, providing new insights on the role of viruses in marine environment.
Researchers have discovered the secrets of tardigrades, the world's "hardiest animal," and how these water bears could survive extreme temperatures and radiation. Could humans one day survive X-ray and Mars?
Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research, in collaboration with the Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Centre in China, have developed a new computerized test that measures metastasis diversity to predict ovarian cancer survival.
A new study revealed that the genes might be one of the reason why some people are more prone to feeling lonely compared to others.