Mankind may be on the verge of actually making a species go de-extinct. If a research team's plans go the way they intended, man may be able to meet the woolly mammoth. Well, not entirely a woolly mammoth, but a genetic cousin.
Scientists from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT Eye & Ear have created a new method to create progenitor cells that can become hair cells to restore hearing loss.
Recent expeditions offer explanations for the lost city and the people who abandoned it centuries ago.
Researchers developed a cheaper and more effective way of neutralizing deadly snake venom.
Fault system that runs along San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles County could be overdue for a major earthquake with up to magnitude 7.3.
A white rhino was shot dead in a French zoo for its horn. This is the first incident of this nature in Europe.
Jeff Bezos is developing Blue Moon cargo lander that can deliver 10,000 pounds of goods to the moon. He believes that settling on the moon is inevitable.
NOAA's new instrument aboard the GOES-16 satellite is capable of capturing lightning. This will help forecasters detect and predict weather conditions.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
The technique can be useful in the field of regenerative medicine, particularly as a method for repairing human tissue.
True's beaked whale, one of the rarest whales in the planet, have never been captured on video before.
There was little food and water left for them to consume. Most of the animals appear to be sick and malnourished, with injuries, mange and intestinal parasites.
NASA and SpaceX want to accelerate the evolutionary process of MRSA to predict how it will act on Earth once the right "triggers" appeared.
A recent study reveals that the personality of a robot companion could actually influence the development growth of children.