Archaeologists are rejoicing as they have recently unearthed parts of a statue believed to be of Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt/
NASA released the uncalibrated raw data from its observation of the newly identified star system, Trappist-1. Users will have to do some reformatting to interpret the data.
Two people fell critically ill and still hospitalized after drinking an herbal tea bought in San Francisco's Chinatown.
April the Giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in New York will give birth soon, and zoo fans are brimming with excitement, with a live stream video courtesy of the park.
Humpback whales, often seen swimming solo or in small groups, but now they're gathering in "super-groups" up to 200. Why?
A team of scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory claims that they have found a long lost lunar orbiter of the Indian Space Research Organization.
The heaviest woman in the world just underwent a successful bariatic surgery, a last resort operation for an obese person.
A new study from Duke University has managed to convert carbon dioxide into fuel by using nanoparticles and light.
A new research shows that a kind of diet, named fasting-mimicking diet, could cure diabetes.
Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence has yet again made a significant step in helping scientists to understand the inner workings of potential AI systems.
While the bird-eating snake, also known as the brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularishas) already eliminated many bird species on the area, a new study revealed that it is also destroying the Pacific island's forests.
The Nicholas Seafoods was charged with animal cruelty after Australia's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) reportedly observed employees dismembering and butchering lobsters with a bandsaw, an act, which was found to be in breach of the New South Wales Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
Wild boars now roam the streets of deserted towns, making it difficult for people to come home after the Fukushima nuclear accident.
Could these radio bursts be from transmitters powering extraterrestrial probes?