Eight lambs born at equivalent of 23 weeks human gestation were kept alive by placing them inside a "biobag, " which appears to be a huge ziplock that is attached with tubes of blood and fluid.
The arrival of human, and not climate change, is most likely the primary cause of the sharp dive in the population of the Australian Megafauna some 45,000 years ago.
This discovery provides clues to the evolution of human speech and suggests that our fundamental language started to evolve as early as 25 million years ago.
A study published in the journal PLOS ONE reveals that teachers' climate change beliefs may influence students. However, students can still deduce the cause of climate change independently, and does not really rely on their teachers' beliefs completely.
Does captivity make monkeys more human-like? While there is not much evidence to prove this, findings from a recent research has given light to the speculations by showing that the microbiomes in monkeys' guts become more human-like if they are kept in captivity.
Touching others has been given great significance in building up relationships, but a recent study suggests that touching a robot can also elicit an emotional response in humans.
Biologists recently discovered skin proteins shared by humans and turtles which developed in a common ancestor roughly 310 million years ago.
NASA Chief Charles Bolden told attendees at the Humans to Mars Summit held Tuesday that a manned mission to Mars is necessary for human survival.
Latest study on Neanderthals shows that they made the first bone tools in Europe.