The molecules or grime on your smartphones could actually dig up dirt about your lifestyles, including medication and the food you like, a new study suggests. The new discovery could open up new ways for criminal investigation.
A study shows that if fed with certain nanomaterials, silkworms can produce super silk that can withstand breakage at 50 percent and is even conductive by electricity.
If you want to dislodge your kidney stones, riding a roller coaster might help. A paper published in The Journal of the American Osteophatic Association reveals that by riding the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disney World, there are higher chances that kidney stones can be dislodged.
When the environment that surrounds them is too "noisy," bats shift their gears and adapt by using their secondary sense: echolocation.
The University of Missouri defends their research practices after an uproar from a national pet-adoption group regarding an experiment that resulted to euthanizing six female beagles.
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
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.
New data from the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta spacecraft has been revealed, showing that the spacecraft's comet host is shedding a lot more water than expected as it draws closer to the Sun.
Computerized tomography (CT) scans have revealed clues of the terrifying last moments of two baby mammoths' deaths. The conclusions that can be drawn from these scans are detailed in a recent study.
Frequent Facebook users may share a higher risk of eating disorders, according to a new study led by Florida State University researchers.
A medical breakthrough by British scientists has been hailed as a "turning point" in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
In a disturbing new study, nearly one in 10 of the 14- to 21-year-olds surveyed reported coercing or forcing an unwilling partner into a sexual act, researchers found.
Eye contact during a conversation has long been viewed as a sign of confidence and a tool to use during persuasion. However, a new study has found that the opposite is more effective in ensuring your point gets received by the other party.
New research has found that parents of children with autism who practice better day-to-night transitions promote healthier sleep patterns and improve their overall behavior and quality of life.