Scientists cracked the genetic code of the SR1 bacteria, further unraveling a story about what not only goes on in the recesses of the human mouth, but also on Earth itself.
The American cliff swallow is thought to have evolved shorter wings, which has enabled the birds to avoid being killed by speeding cars
Two months after Kim Suozzi's death, scientists argue whether freezing people is a smart bet.
Antarctica - the large, frozen wasteland with conditions so hostile that no organism calls it a permanent home - is the only place in the world that has no bat-catching spiders, says a new study.
Researchers have found microbes in the deepest oceanic trench on Earth - the Mariana Trench, which is located at nearly 7 miles or 11 kilometers below sea level in the western Pacific.
Microbes are thriving deep inside the oceanic crust, away from light and devoid of any oxygen, a new study reported.
Bigger eyes and a greater allocation of the brain to support visual information may have led to the extinction of Neanderthals, our closest relatives, says a new study.
Australian authorities announced Monday that they found and destroyed a giant African snail in Brisbane.
Researchers have now used a math model to describe how non-living things, the elements that make up life, actually crossed the threshold of being inanimate to "living beings". They have explained the process using energy waves called solitons.
A deadly Red Tide bloom has been killing many manatees daily and the algae bloom keep continue for a while according to Tampa Bay Times.
Earlier this week, an unnamed man living in United States had 75 per cent of his skull replaced by an implant that was created by an 3D printer.
Researchers have found strange microbes in the underground caves beneath Australia's Nullarbor Plain which are filled with water. These microbes survive the dark world in the caves by oxidizing ammonia in the water.
According to a new fossil analysis modern dogs were around 33,000 years ago which is about 18,000 years earlier than many scientists believe man first domesticated dogs.
A new DNA discovery has caused scientists to rethink the roots of the human tree. The DNA from an unnamed African-American from South Carolina is so unique in it is the oldest known genetic branch of the human Y chromosome, and it branched from the Y chromosome tree before the first appearance of anatomically modern humans in the fossil record.