After the controversial Schiaparelli crash on Mars, the European Space Agency has redeemed itself via its Trace Gas Orbited. TGO has sent back its first high-resolution photos of Mars, revealing the astonishing alien Martian landscape.
A team of researchers from the University of Cincinnati has discovered proof that early life forms that lived on Earth thrived even without oxygen billions of years ago.
Scientists from the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) have discovered the power of prairie cordgrass (Spartina pectinata), revealing that this native perennial grass used for biomass energy production, can withstand extremely cold temperature.
Thousands of mysterious gelatinous creatures wash up on the shore of Huntington Beach in California on Monday. The strange creatures have prompted curiosity from locals, guessing that they could baby monsters or even aliens.
In Japan, everything goes, and the country has lived up to this perception after Space World creates a skating rink with 5,000 dead frozen fish as its main attraction. But after receiving public criticism, the amusement park has decided to close the so-called Ice Aquarium.
Have you ever wondered who invented agriculture? A new research from the University of Munich reveals that the first farmers on Earth millions of years ago were not human beings but, were in fact, Fijian ants.
A group of scientists from the California Institute of Technology has managed to bring silicon to life for the first time by successfully persuading proteins to breed silicon-carbon bonds that have the ability to make human-made bonds.
Are humans doomed? Stephen Hawking, the renowned physicist, thinks so. Hawking said that humanity will only have 1,000 years left, with an impending asteroid collision possibly wiping out humans by 3016.
The carcass of a giant, 28-foot beached sperm whale was found on San Jose Island and will likely to stay there while marine experts figure out what to do with the dead animal.
Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of an ancient city and cemetery in Egypt that dates back to 5,316 B.C.E. during Egypt's First Dynasty. The ancient city was discovered at Abydos city in the Sohag governate.
The powerful asteroid that wiped off the dinosaurs on Earth 66 millions years ago caused the planet's surface to vaporize and act like a liquid, a new study reveals.
Scientists reported on Wednesday that Birgus latro, the largest land-dwelling crab in the world, are so strong that it can pinch at about 750 pounds of force (3,300 newtons) and even lift 66 pounds.
At around 11 p.m. on Nov. 23, people from Key West to the Florida Panhandle witnessed a massive burning fireball streaking across the Florida sky. Residents panicked, thinking that the super bright meteor was extraterrestrial life landing on Earth for an alien invasion.
For years, humanity has been wondering if we're not alone in the whole universe. It's been a source of mystery and fascination for alien hunters, with hundreds of UFO sightings popping in different locations. But now, Ben Miller, TV host and a PhD holder in physics, says our first alien counter will happen soon.
Thanksgiving is soon approaching, but have you ever wondered when turkeys were first domesticated? Archaeologists from the Field Museum have discovered the first evidence of domestication as offerings 1,500 years ago.