A new study from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) has offered a surprising twist of how life began on earth, questioning the likeability of the "RNA World" Hypothesis and proposing that DNA may have also existed when life began.
Archaeologists in Japan have made an exciting and not to mention baffling discovery. In the ruins of Katsuren Castle located in Uruma, Okinawa, ancient Roman coins dating back to the 17th century have been uncovered. Does this discovery show a link between the Japanese and the Romans?
Researchers develop new material using 3D printing technology that could be used in bone grafts.
FDA approved a device that is intended to automatically monitor glucose (sugar) and provide appropriate basal insulin doses in people 14 years of age and older with type 1 diabetes.
Carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuel is most likely the cause of the decline of oxygen concentration in the atmosphere.
The world’s first baby to be born using a pioneer three-person fertility method has been born. Now five months old, the baby boy has DNA from three different people: father, mother and an additional donor.
For hobbyists of rare and vintage electronics, summers at the Massachusetts Instution of Technology (MIT) must be paradise. Swapfest, a kind of flea market in a small parking lot in campus, gathers together buyers and sellers of everything high-tech and obscure from massive telescopes to antique radios.
A baby was born using the revolutionary “three-parent” gene technique, a method that incorporates DNA of three people.
Scientists have engineered synthetic blood vessels in hopes of treating children born with serious heart defects. The artificial blood vessels, which could grow with age, could eventually eliminate the need for multiple surgeries in children.
An ancient melody of hymn found in a clay tablet in Syria in 1950 has been reconstructed recently and we can now hear how enchanting its melody is. Known today as Hurrian Hymn -- the melody was inscriberd on the ancient tablet now known as H6.
A team of researchers has finally describe how stimulating a single region of the brain via electricity affects the activation of other regions and large-scale activity within the brain.
A new DNA study suggests that our feline friends have conquered the world by boarding ships and sailing through the vast oceans.
Technology has greatly advanced in just a few years. Before, self-driving cars were simply an imagination but now it has become a reality. With Uber already a step ahead with its self-driving cars, is this technology the new norm which will inevitably become the future of travel?
Vatican has recently announced changes in the rules for the process in determining if an alleged healing can be qualified as miracle for sainthood.