Frogs in Taiwan using storm drains as microphones to amplify their mating calls, researchers find.
Two independent research groups published draft maps of the human proteome. One study was a joint collaboration between researchers in India and the U.S, while the other project was by researchers in Germany.
Scientists have created a material called "triazine-based graphitic carbon nitride", which is related to the wonder-material graphene. However, TGCN has an electronic band gap, meaning that it can be used to build lightweight, bendable electronics.
Max Planck physicists have demonstrated that a single atom and light photons can be controlled to make a "logic gate." The system could be used to make super-fast computing devices.
Stanford University researchers Manu Prakash and George Korir won a $50,000 award for a low-cost chemistry set.
Russia hasn't just annexed Crimea, but has also taken away Ukraine's impressive Dolphin Fleet comprising of a highly trained squad, which can detect mines and ‘kill enemies’. The flippers are all set to raise their fins in support of Russia.
A new study on a weird shrimp-like creature called Tamisiocaris borealis shows the species diversified from its hunter-cousins and started combing the waters to feed on tiny creatures. The research also sheds light on the explosion of life during the Cambrian period.
Scientists say that contrary to popular belief, third law of thermodynamics can be restored in thin film of spin ice.
Researchers have now found fossil remains of the largest carnivore dinosaur to roam Europe. The dinosaur- Torvosaurus gurneyi- was from late Jurassic and was 33 feet long with razor-sharp teeth.
A zit-causing bacterium has been named after rock legend, Frank Zappa.
Harvard researchers have developed robots that work like termites to build complex, three-dimensional structures, without depending on a boss.
Jackdaws communicate with eyes to fend off rivals, new study from Universities of Cambridge and Exeter shows.
Salamanders- the puny little amphibians- have mastered the art of jumping without relying on muscle power, a new study reports.
'Greater' the world's oldest flamingo died Thursday at age 83 in an Australian Zoo.