A lab "grown" kidney has been successfully transplanted into a rat and began producing urine, an early research step that may one day lead to replacement organs for humans and will turn organ donations obsolete.
Since 2010, an outbreak in meningitis has infected 22 individuals, killing seven.
Researchers at Georgia Tech are pioneering an area of science that may one day become a field of its own.
For the first time, scientists can point to the volcanoes that killed the dinosaurs.
New research regarding the reward and anxiety areas of the brain may help treat addictions.
A new study shows a brain that's not nearly as compartmentalized as scientists once thought.
A new study finds a positive link between longevity and a specific kind of coffee.
With sinkholes carving holes in the ground across America, people want to know - what are they and why do they happen?
Jeff Bezos oversaw a team led by Rory Golden in order to uncover the engines used in Apollo 11's takeoff.
Not does its hotspot Halem’uma’u crater celebrate five years of constant eruption today, but the volcano as a whole celebrate 30 years of activity.
A new study suggests an eye-opening link between hypertension and Alzheimer's.
The FBI recently arrested a NASA employee suspected of smuggling confidential military secrets and rocket technology into China.
After years of hiding it under the bed, China is approaching the issue of cancer villages.
After extensive open-heart surgery, baby born with heart outside her body deemed well enough to go home.