Study Reveals Ability of Fish to Climb up Waterfall
Scientists discover the extreme lifestyle of the goby fish that uses the same muscle to eat and climb up against the water flow.
Australian Scientists Discover Deep Sea Corals in Great Barrier Reef
A team of Australian scientists have discovered the deepest coral reefs that are living at a depth of 415 feet below the ocean surface at the Great Barrier Reef.
Taste of Hot Chocolate Depends on Cup Color: Study
Hot chocolate tastes better when served in orange and cream cups rather than white or red. This finding was put forward by researchers from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Oxford.
10 Fascinating Facts About Reindeer Beyond Christmas [PHOTOS]
Here are some interesting facts about reindeers and its people, besides Christmas
Cell Division May Prevent Cancer
Researchers have found a new type of human cell division that they believe could prevent cancer.
Rise in Temperature Spells Doom for World Economy
Rise in temperature slows economy in poor countries, reveals a study by the World Bank. In a report, Turn Down The Heat, the World Bank predicts that Earth will be warmer by 4 degree C (7.2 degree Fahrenheit) by the end of this century.
Mount Ruapehu in NZ May Erupt Soon
New Zealand’s largest active volcano, Mount Ruapehu, famously shot in Peter Jackson’s film, “Lord of the Rings,” may erupt soon.
Tropical Grass was the Main Human Diet 3.5 Million Years Ago
Many centuries ago, much before man ate meat and vegetables, the staple food was grass, a new study finds out.
Big Freeze Triggered by Flood Path Reckon Climate Scientists
After three decades of brain storming and debate, scientists have zeroed in the cause of big freeze that engulfed Europe and North America.