The new type of fuel is said to be cleaner compared to regular diesel or petrol.
Learn about the coming blue moon on July 31 only here!
After orbiting the Milky Way galaxy for over six years, unmanned space Kepler -438b may have found an Earth-like planet capable of sustaining human life.
Participants who played "Tetris" after seeing traumatic images experienced 51 percent fewer intrusive memories than a control group, according to a study performed by the University of Cambridge.
Atlanta residences who were up in the wee hours of the morning on Monday caught a glimpse of a strange fiery object, sailing across the Georgia skies. But NASA says not to worry. It was probably just a piece of space junk, hurtling back to Earth.
An unmanned Falcon-9 rocket burst into flames just minutes after liftoff in Florida
After 15 years, lions are back in Rwanda, through the efforts of conservation group African Parks
Tawianese Chipmaker MediaTek to Release Deca-Core Device
For decades, paleontologists have quibbled over the absence of herbivorous dinosaurs in equatorial regions during the Late Triassic. Although these giant plant eaters first emerged in the Middle Triassic, some 230 million years ago, their absence in low latitudes persisted for almost 30 million years, even after they had become abundant to the north and south. Now, scientists think they know why.
Welcome news for animal rights advocates - new rules will extend the Endangered Species Act to provide protection, not only to chimpanzees in the wild, but to those in captivity, as well.
After some poorly-worded opinions of one biochemist this week, the science community is up in arms again discussing the gender inequality present in STEM programs. And after major backlash following the World Conference of Science Journalists in South Korea, the guest speaker and former Nobel laureate Tim Hunt has resigned from his position at University College London.
In difficult situations between life and death, sometimes inaction is the same as making the wrong choice. Sometimes instead, using your brain less and doing more is the right answer. And it appears that for the hawkmoth Manduca sexta, slowing its thought process may just be the adaptation that it needs to feed in dark of night.
A recent study has finally uncovered how some lakes in Greenland disappear in a matter of hours.
Scientists Discover Earliest Evidence of Murder in Human History
Newer Birth Control Pills May Have Increased Risks of Blood Clots