The United Kingdom could be getting its first sex robot brothel soon.
Not only have dinosaur categories been completely overhauled, but they also might have been British.
New footage shows a mother chimpanzee caring for her dead son in a very human way.
Scientists are planning to create a new type of computer that not only self-replicates, but it is also made of very surprising materials: silicon chips with processors that are made of DNA molecules.
McCauley and his team recorded these fish near Western Australia for more than a year and identified that they are actually producing "different" choruses, like an album, at different points in time.
Milos Petrovic from the University of Central Lancashire said that the new discovery will help in solving the mystery of how neurons are connected and how the brain works as a whole.
When people think of reptiles such as lizards and snakes, they know they are different from mammals because they lay eggs. Dinosaurs, also reptiles, are believed to be the same. But when scientists discovered a fossilized pregnant reptile, they are starting to question the trend.
A team of scientists from Nottingham University has discovered that the previously thought signal from bees was actually vibration and sounds from the insects bumping into each other.
2017 begins with another good news for marijuana sympathizers. It seems the drug can have beneficial effects to cancer victims, especially those suffering from brain cancer. It appears a variation of marijuana can kill brain cancers.
There's a great haul of planets orbiting our solar system's neighboring stars, and some of them might even be fit for life.
Camera technology, originally built for astrophysics, is now helping many mosques in the United Kingdom schedule their morning prayers.
According to the UK's largest wind farm operator, it may well be time for the United Kingdom to run on full wind power as its plans to sell its "oil and gas" division.
It might sound strange, but there is a reason to celebrate the hatching of about 200 hundred hairy brown Montserrat tarantulas in Chester Zoo, U.K. The birth of this clutch marks the first time the species has been bred in captivity.
New UK leader Theresa May axes the Department of Energy and Climate Change, prompting both positive and negative responses from concerned sectors.