Artificial life, up next?
Their paper published in journal Science notes that they were able to store 214 petabytes per gram of DNA.
Veterinarians have found punctures, lacerations and bruises on his body, including his feet and his cheek.
The passengers on British Airways Flight BA285 were ordered off the plane Wednesday when the mouse was seen running inside the aircraft.
The car was approximately moving at between 80 to 90 miles (per hour) while the man was hanging with his arms stuck on the speeding car's window.
This species has never been recorded in the UK before, as it is normally found in deep waters during the day in tropical climates
River Road in Pennsylvania has been closed by the National Park Service to make way for mating amphibians.
The world's largest particle accelerator would have detected ghosts if they existed, says Brian Cox.
Surely, the bear's coloring is more than just for cuteness' sake?
There are officially 208 minerals existing solely because of humans, a significant indication of a new geological time period: the Anthropocene Epoch.
Milos Petrovic from the University of Central Lancashire said that the new discovery will help in solving the mystery of how neurons are connected and how the brain works as a whole.
California is pushing climate change to its limits in a bid to actually go for full-clean energy in 2045. This is perhaps the most ambitious attempt so far in eradicating the full use of coal energy for a state's grid, considering how resistant some coal companies - and even legislation - are to moves on green energy.
SpaceX is planning to send two human beings to orbit the moon in 2018. Experts, however, warned of the effects of space travel.
The world's growing population poses a lot of threats in various industries. Not only are there growing concerns about housing, but in the food industry as well. There might not be enough food to feed everyone in a few years' time. However, a scientist has a solution: what about lab-grown meat?
A zoo in Cumbria may lose its license after inspectors discovered 500 animal deaths since 2013. The owner filed for a license renewal that the board of inspectors rejected citing the poor conditions of the animals.