On Tuesday, April 22, the world celebrates Earth Day, and to make this date even more special, NASA has launched a "global selfie" campaign for all humanity to participate in.
Researchers are amazed upon discovering four female Brazilian insects gathering sperm from their male counterparts!
The latest footage from Mars captured by NASA hasn’t been publicly released; however, they were leaked on Internet and went viral on social media.
Scientists of the University of Louisville seek to create a new heart with human cells through a 3D printer to implant it into a patient.
A new study reveals that aggressive behavior is linked to frustration among gamers, whether or not the game being played has violent content.
We've heard of 3-D printers producing weapons, chocolates, and even jewelry. But human organs? Now that's groundbreaking.
NASA researchers just got lucky - they hit the science jackpot by discovering 715 new planets. Plus, four of these worlds have conditions that can support human life.
Scientists announced Sunday, via the journal Nature Geoscience, that they have dated a “tiny zircon crystal” to be about 4.4 billion years old.
United States scientists have warned about the outbreak of a rare infectious syndrome similar to polio, which has affected five children in western California.
Everyone knows that when we end a relationship we experiment different emotional and habit changes that can make us think that living through a breakup might as well be impossible.
An impressive video that caught the moment in which a marine biologist at the Faroe Islands attempts to cut open the stomach of a dead whale to inspect it has gone viral, with over 100,000 views on YouTube.
This weather phenomenon is characterized by the warming of the Pacific and happens every two to seven years.
The American Thomas Beatie, father of three children, is no longer the only transsexual man to have a pregnancy. Last April, a transsexual man gave birth to a baby in Germany, becoming the first in that country.
Imagine walking on a beach and coming across this huge milky white blob - what would you do? Try and touch it or just continue your leisurely stroll along the coast?
Vermont apiculturists face a new species of "zombie" bees which emerged last autumn due the collapse of colonies from extreme temperature changes.