Recent studies have shown there’s a surprising biological incentive for us to be altruistic.
A sea sponge found growing on coral reefs in Indonesia contains an organic compound that can stop cellular duplication of cancerous tumors.
Researchers in Australia have figured out a way to grow colored cotton, eliminating the need to use potentially toxic chemical dyes.
Thanks to a missing piece of evidence, the origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered.
Proteus is an underwater facility set to become the world’s biggest underwater base for scientific research.
A new study suggests that those who meditate regularly can experience significant benefits to their physical health.
A study shows that a blood test allows doctors to diagnose cancer up to 4 years before symptoms appear.
Earlier this month, researchers in Tel Aviv generated electricity out of thin air. The research is based on a natural phenomenon you’re probably familiar with; lightning.
Florida Aquarium recently had a breakthrough as a part of their “Project Coral” operation.
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