Scientists at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, made one species of flatworm grow the head and brain of another.
U.S. citizens now have the right to own any asteroid resource that they obtain as the President Barack Obama has signed the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act (H.R. 2262) into law.
Algae could soon be used as a global power source with the invention of a photosynthetic power cell that can harness electrical energy from plants.
Thrill-seekers can have an out-of-the-world experience of space travel in two years as Jeff Bezos successfully tests its unmanned passenger rocket “New Shephard.”
More than a thousand animals, dozens of home and vehicles and two lives have been lost in South Australia's out-of-control bushfire.
People occupied almost all regions of the globe because of betrayals of trust that pushed human ancestors to live in unwelcoming environments.
Researchers say that the Great Barrier Reef does the Australian coastal communities a great service because of its ability to absorb some of potential wave energy caused by tsunamis.
Pseudo-scientists may not like Albert Einstein’s “General Theory of Relativity” for not being related to everyday life but his genius is being celebrated world over.
Humane Society International (HSI) opposes the government’s decision to implement harmful smart drum lines.
West Australian researchers are on the verge of breaking the breeding cycle of one of the most destructive horticultural pest with the help of a genetically modified fruit fly.