New evidence on the 37,000-year-old remains of “Deep Skull” has revealed that the ancient human being was not related to Indigenous Australians – the supposed early settlers in the Pacific.
Scientists have for the first time simulated the creation of particle and antiparticle pairs in a quantum computer.
A new study revealed that replacing cocoa butter with electric shock during the chocolate production could lead to a healthier and tastier chocolates.
A new model of the universe is patterned according to Einstein’s full theory of relativity.
A new shampoo bottle allows you to empty its contents completely – every last drop.
A joint team of US and Chinese researchers devised a new way of efficiently converting plastic garbage into liquid fuels and wax.
A group of scientists has finally figured out how this ancient Greek “computer” works.
Digital immortality? Scientists discover the possibility of speaking to a dead person through virtual reality.
When asked how is it like to return to Earth after a six-month space mission, British astronaut Tim Peake said it is like suffering the "world's worst hangover."
New diving helmets developed by the U.S. Navy will have augmented-reality technology that will aid naval divers during underwater missions.
Scientists found that The Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the seven wonders of the world, is not the most perfect structure after all.
2015 in northwest Greenland, recent studies show the very first evidence linking the melting in Greenland to the expected effects and the confirmation of the phenomenon called the Arctic amplification
A new study on sea level rise in the past decades have shown that cities along the East Coast of the United States are at a more flood-prone future, seeing how sea level rise in the area is more rapid compared to the rest of the world.
A monstrous chasm in Siberia called a “gateway to the underworld” is actually a warning sign of what climate change can bring.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the Antartic has surpassed the 400 parts per million (ppm) mark. This is the first occurrence in 400 million years, and will not decrease even after thousands of years.