A new study from John Hopkins University revealed the risk of a person developing cancer is more likely to be influenced by random chance than environmental factors.
This type of liquid can move on its own without external help.
A lot of people know that a lot of what everything appears is based on how information is encoded in the DNA. However, theoretical physicists have unveiled something else. It appears it's not all related to the information in DNA, but on how the DNA itself is "folded" as well.
New smartphone app could help men measure their sperm count in the comfort of their homes.
Binghamton University researchers, with the help of their colleagues from State University of New York have developed the first ever micro-scale self-sustaining microbial fuel cells powered by the symbiotic interactions of two types of bacteria.
By analyzing his bones and teeth, the experts said Context 958 died when he was about 40 years old. His bone analysis suggests he was a laborer while his teeth implies he starved when he was a child.
During the process of conception, more than 50 million sperm attempt to fertilize an egg. At least 10 of them reach the finish line, but only one will be successful. So do a sperm get to the winning badge?
Ever wondered why blind people develop almost superpower-like abilities with their other senses?
Scientists uncover evidence of cannibalism in Mesolithic humans.
A single DNA gram can store 215 petabytes (or 215 million gigabytes) of information, which means it can very well contain all of the world's information with just a few pickup trucks' worth of DNA.
A new technique in transplanting stem cells has successfully cured an adult patient suffering from a rare blood disorder called congenital dyserythropoietic anemia.
Giving vitamin D to mouse models during their pregnancy could help prevent autism traits to their offspring.
People residing in a place with warm and humid conditions commonly have wider noses, while those that live in cold and dry locations have narrower nose.
A research reveals that East African tribes may be stronger in fighting diseases than Westerners. The culprit? Using antibiotics and less direct contact to microbiomes and food sources.