Digging deep into Neanderthals' ancient teeth, scientists uncovered several interesting details about their lives dozens of millenia ago.
Exposure to violent videogame will not desensitize or make players more aggressive in the long-run.
Eating live-cultures yogurt could potentially reverse depression symptoms and anxiety.
Researchers developed a cheaper and more effective way of neutralizing deadly snake venom.
Fault system that runs along San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles County could be overdue for a major earthquake with up to magnitude 7.3.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
There may be a need to study the center of the Earth to settle once and for all if the Earth's core is 100 degrees hotter than previously thought. A recent study suggests that the mantle is indeed hotter and it may greatly affect Earth sciences.
Young adults who spent more time on social media were at increase risk of feeling socially isolated.
Employees who have healthy sex life are more likely to be happier in their jobs and more engaged in the office.
New lightning detection instrument could pave way to improved and better weather forecasts.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
Elon Musk elaborated some of the effects of the arrival of fully-sentient artificial intelligence in the recent World Government Summit in Dubai.
The fossils, which was labeled "archaic Homo," share combined features of Neanderthals, earlier eastern Eurasian humans and modern humans.
Artificial life, up next?