Mexico is getting its own electric vehicle brand, courtesy of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu and the help of an unlikely partner: a bread giant.
Researchers from the State University of New York have released a new study that elaborated a new method to use sunlight to distill drinking water.
A recent study reveals that more people are engaging in BDSM than what's expected, and "Fifty Shades" lead character Christian Grey may be misinterpreting the practice.
New research from the University of Michigan suggests that signs of psychopathy can already be noticed and detected in children that are as young as two years old.
Who does not want a car that drives itself while you relax comfortably in the backseat? Now, a recent study shows that self-driving cars is safer alone without any assistance from any driver.
The potential of stem cells have been brought to life when they started to try the cells create tissues and organs, but this is the first time an attempt is made at creating bones from stem cells.
It may be the time to stop talking about Mars and exoplanets for a second and venture into the inner Solar System further. It appears scientists are now turning their sights into exploring Venus once more.
As a part of its campaign to utilize more renewable power sources, Beijing, China's capital city, said it will cut down its coal use by 30 percent this year.
China is becoming more aggressive in its intent to fight diseases. This move is part of the government's effort to dominate the global biotechnology industry, and even Chinese corporations are stepping up to the challenge.
A new study claims that jobs outside automation are also under the threat of being replaced by robots. These include lawyers, therapists and teachers: all jobs that were initially thought the robot "apocalypse" will not be affecting.
Made of nanomaterials, metalenses is a lightweight material that can serve as a potential replacement to current lenses that are available in the market. If used, the nanomaterial could result to thinner, less bulky glasses.
Renewables are getting stronger in influence all around the world. It was found out that Europe has been relying on 90-percent of renewable energy in 2016. How will this impact the future of the continent?
Creating brain implants that could restore human senses has been problematic ever since the conception of the idea. But now, a team of scientists may have found a way to bypass this problem -- at least when it comes to sight.
2017 begins with another good news for marijuana sympathizers. It seems the drug can have beneficial effects to cancer victims, especially those suffering from brain cancer. It appears a variation of marijuana can kill brain cancers.
Wind energy is proving to be a growing industry in the U.S. with over 100,000 jobs being provided to workers. This is a milestone for the growing industry that is currently at risk of being affected by changing climate regulations under U.S. President Donald Trump's new administration.