Early cancer detection is crucial, and this potentially groundbreaking blood test that can quickly and effectively detect nearly all types of cancer. The test includes the use of a malaria protein that's known to stick to most cancer cells.
Oxygen could be the key in addressing antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as MRSA. In a new study, scientists design an effective photosensitizer that can trigger oxygen to kill MRSA and other bacteria.
The earliest galaxies in the entire universe are lying just outside the Milky Way, providing windows to an ancient time billions of years ago. A new study explains the formation of galaxies during the universe’s so-called cosmic dark ages.
The idyllic island of Atlantis is said to have been inspired by an earth-shattering volcanic eruption that reverberated through Europe and Asia. A new research on ancient tree rings sought to settle the age-old debate over the date of this event.
Russia's satellite is officially a space apparatus inspector, but the United States alleged its abnormal behavior suggests a more aggressive nature. In a UN Conference, a State Department official says the Russian satellite could be a space weapon.
DDT has been banned for several decades, but its effects continue to linger in the environment. New research reveals that mothers with high DDT levels are twice as likely to give birth to children with autism and intellectual disabilities.
Paleontologists discovered a 99-million-year-old beetle preserved in amber with tiny grains of cycad pollen. This is the first evidence of the pollinating relationship between insects and non-flowering plants.
Andean flamingos are nesting again and it's spurred by the scorching heat sweeping over the United Kingdom. This flock of flamingos has not laid eggs since 2003 and has not bred successfully since 1999.
Is the Big Bang truly the start of everything? A team of scientists say no, suggesting that circles in the sky hint at a previous universe that came and was destroyed before the Big Bang.
Magnesite is a natural mineral that pulls carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but it can take hundreds of years to form. Now, scientists have found a way to make it in just 72 days.
Birds exposed to antidepressants in sewage treatment systems are displaying changed behavior in their mating habits. It turns out female starlings on Prozac are much less attractive to the males.
Elephants are large animals, but they've proven to be more impervious to cancer. In a new study, scientists explain that this is partly due to a once-dead gene called LIF6.
The history of the remote Easter Island has long been shrouded in mystery. Now, new research on ancient tools highlight how little we actually know of the ancient Rapa Nui people.
Astronomers say that there are multiple mini-moons that orbit Earth. Mini-moons are asteroids that are temporary fixtures near Earth, getting caught in the planet's gravitational pull before its eventual escape.