A team of scientists from Salk Institute has successfully generated human cells and tissues in the embryo of pigs, making it the first ever human-pig embryo.
It appears natural selection is forcing the appearance of "education genes" rarer. Although the effect corresponds to a small drop in IQ every few decades, the impact could be big in a few centuries.
Fecal transplants could help relieve both gastrointestinal and behavioral symptoms of children with autism disorder.
A dose of the hormone kisspeptin could help men struggling with the sex lives by bringing back their lost sexual urges.
Carl Sagan put it best, "We are all made of starstuff." Check out the periodic table that explains he's right.
A breakthrough study has created a new organism with DNA consisting of two synthetic bases not found in the natural world.
Newly discovered genus and species of crabs named after two of the main characters of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter.
Brainwave authentication is one of the many new biometric measures that are being proposed as alternative to passwords. The idea is for authentication to be done with electroencephalogram (EEG) readings.
Psychopaths are generally described to be manipulative, dishonest and apathetic. However, the idea that they are also clever and smart - as often portrayed in television, isn't exactly true. In fact, studies are showing that in general, psychopaths have below-average intelligence.
Owner of longest penis in the world now officially recognized as disabled by the government
When it comes to casual promiscuity, or one night stands, it appears females are more sensitive to the issue than males. Although feminists have striven to emancipate women sexuality, this time evolution may be blamed.
Bill Gates urged governments and private organizations should start talking about the potential danger and damage of a bioterrorism attack.
A new study revealed that almost half of men in the United States have genital infections caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus or HPV.
There appears to be a private clinic where people can pay $8,000 so their veins could be pumped with blood plasma from teenagers and young adults. This is courtesy of Jesse Karmazin, the entrepreneur who, with his startup Ambrosia, wants to utilize the potential of "young blood."