A time-lapse video of a developing quail embryo has fetched a Portuguese scientist first prize in Nikon's 2013 Small World in Motion Competition.
Men are not about to disappear and it's time science starts taking the human Y chromosome seriously, researchers have said.
Africa's Congo rainforest are browning, a new study based on data from NASA satellite has found.
Researchers from Japan have created solid-state lamp that operates in vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) regions. The latest kind of UV lamp is cheap, light and easy-to-manufacture.
Monkeys can be taught mathematics, a new study has found. The research suggests that numerical ability isn't unique to humans as was once believed.
Women who drink moderate amounts of beer have lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, a new study found.
Scientists have now created an ultracapacitor using graphene and carbon nanotubes. The supercapacitor is both light and inexpensive and could advance hybrid vehicles and electronic devices.
Asteroids might have brought vitamin B3 to Earth, researchers said. The study shows that certain nutrients that made life possible on earth could've come from distant parts of the Universe.
The ancestors of Eurasians left Africa as early as 130,000 years ago, a new study has found.
Eli Lilly's Cyramza (ramucirumab) is now approved for treatment of advanced stomach cancer, The Food and Administration announced Monday.
Durham University researchers have used ancient DNA to study how a jungle bird transformed into domestic chicken.
Researchers have used radiometric krypton-dating to find the age of ancient Antarctic ice. The new technique could be used to hunt and date old ice samples.
Physical and mental effects of bullying can last for lifetime, a new study has found.
Scientists from Japan unveil the AgencyGlass, a device for people who are too tired to show their emotions.