Scientists led by Maria Tsekhmistrenko of Oxford University say that there's a Titanic-sized underground tree that feeds Earth's volcanoes.
New studies by the OCAPI research program have shown that human urine is a more effective and sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers for plants and is a long-term resilient model for agriculture.
A new study co-authored by Jiuhua Chen finds Earth's molten iron core may be rusting and may cause a layer to have formed that exhibits unique seismic signatures.
In an experiment led by GSU using gene editing, the team removed the vasopressin receptor, a hormone that controls aggression in hamsters, which unexpectedly turned them into hyper-aggressive bullies.
Knowing one's name is a skill more often associated with dogs than cats, but new research has revealed that cats can recall its own name, and one research indicates that they can even understand much more.
New findings on the brain of the mosquito might help researchers get closer to combating mosquito-borne illnesses like malaria and yellow fever, which still harm millions of people. The study reveals mosquitoes' scent based host seeking mechanism.
A substantial population in Jharkhand was found suffering with anaemia, but were also found to be prone to blood illnesses such as thalassemia and sickle-cell anaemia. As per experts, fortified rice is leading to these side effects amongst Adivasis.
Visualized below is how cultured meat will virtually eliminate the need for animals to be farmed for food and the science behind it.
On Sunday, stargazers in South America and along the eastern coast of North America could be fortunate enough to receive a glimpse of the lunar color palette. But before anyone goes into witnessing this, here's why the moon turns red during a lunar eclipse.
Synbio innovation is moving at a breakneck rate and how we traverse this domain will have a significant impact on our future. Here is how synthetic biology is going to change life as we know it.