A nurse in Ohio threw away a kidney removed from a Toledo man in the trash and rendered it unusable.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to land on the moon, died in Cincinnati on Saturday following complications from a cardiovascular surgery. He was 82.
Scientists have traced the roots of the Indo-European languages to Anatolia in present-day Turkey, some 8,000 to 9,500 years ago.
One thousand northern hairy wood ants will be tagged so as to study how they travel and communicate in their colonies, according to researchers from the University of York.
Scientists have discovered two galaxies that look as well as have common features like the Milky Way galaxy.
NASA announced Wednesday that the rover Curiosity has successfully passed the driving test on Mars and has moved around 20 feet from the spot where it landed more than two weeks ago.
A USGS survey reveals significant increase in sea otter population in California.
A new study suggests that chimpanzees in African sanctuaries are carrying human strains of bacteria that are drug-resistant.
South Africa may lose 515 rhinos by year end due to poaching, warned wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC in their new report released Tuesday.
Researchers are urging to test the controversial idea of marine cloud brightening that could help counter global warming.
Researchers have discovered an ancient skull believed to be the oldest modern human fossil found in Southeast Asia.
The shrinking pace of the Arctic Ocean has hit a record pace with higher-than-average temperatures accelerating the breakup of sea ice.
A new family of spiders with claws have been discovered by a group of amateur cave explores while on an expedition in Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon.
NASA’s small moon lander crashed and burst into flames during a test run at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.