American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) released a report today affirming that processed meats, alcohol and obesity are linked to cancer.
With social media, it's no surprise that scientists have taken some time off their laboratories and research papers and work on their virtual presence. While the Kardashians may simply be famous for being... well, famous, these science stars have their studies and insights to help boost their growing following online.
In a grim time in our history, people were killed to serve as a religious sacrifice for certain events, such as the death of a chief, preparation for war, construction of new house or canoe, epidemic outbreaks and violations of major social taboos. But a new study suggests that human sacrifices were not only meant for religious purposes.
For the first time researchers have successfully froze a rabbit's brain, preserving its all of its synapses, cell membranes, and intracellular structures. This marks a major breakthrough in cryopreservation.
NASA recently launched a three-year expedition under its COral Reef Airborne Laboratory (CORAL) that will pair aerial surveys with underwater measurements to get a better idea of reef health.
A nonprofit organization plans to clone a 2,000-year-old Bald Cypress tree in Florida's Big Tree Park.
For many species, including humans, sex is determined by sex chromosomes. However, this is not the case for ants, wasps and bees. A recent study sheds light on the evolution of sex determination in ants and how inbreeding can lead to sterile males.
Recently analyzed lava samples suggest water was present when the planets were just beginning to form.
Water in tanks and fountains throughout villages of Spain turned red following last autumn's rainfall but researches insist it's not a sign of the apocalypse.
Diamonds may form under a much simpler process involving natural pH changes, making them less rare than we once thought.
Researchers have developed a genetically enhanced virus that could boost the light-harvesting capabilities of solar cells.
Astronomers found a rare type of growing galaxy that appears to feed off stolen gases.
In order to meet the growing population's increasing food demand, nutritional science strategies need to be revamped. Scientists recently reported expected changes to be made within the next five years.
Yale researchers discovered more female green frogs are being born in suburban ponds. They recently linked this unbalanced sex ratio to common lawn plants, such as clover.