Plants evolve away from useless defenses, study reports
Plants evolve away from useless defenses, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Oct 03, 2018
Researchers have found that plants will abandon certain defense measures once they stop deterring predators.
Ed Mason - Oct 03, 2018
A new study sheds light on why a lack of sleep impairs brain function.
Ed Mason - Oct 03, 2018
Researchers have made the surprising discovery that the so-called zombie ant fungus invades the ant's entire body without infecting its brain.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
A new blood test is the first to be able to look for and detect concussions.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
A new study shows that restricting the enzyme BACE1 could help reduce the plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
Blue Cross has found that depression is incredibly prevalent among modern Americans.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 28, 2018
For just the second time in history, scientists have spotted a rare plant known as Thismia neptunis.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 24, 2018
Scientists believe rapidly creating a mineral known as magnesite could help soak up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 22, 2018
A new study sheds light on the mechanisms behind a mysterious water property known as the hydraulic jump.
Vicky Webb - Sep 17, 2018
Researchers have found evidence that the last common ancestor between humans and apes was much smaller than previously thought.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 17, 2018
A new experimental drug may be the first step towards treating Huntington's disease.
Lliane Hunter - Sep 17, 2018
When confronted by enemies, Southeast Asian ants make the ultimate sacrifice.
Neil Raymond - Sep 17, 2018
Happiness may play a major factor in the aging process.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 14, 2018
A rare chunk of calcium silicate perovskite may help researchers shed light on the geological activity that takes place in Earth's lower mantle.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 14, 2018
A group of researchers have discovered a rock that they believe to be one of the oldest depictions of a supernova ever found.
Neil Raymond - Sep 11, 2018
Genes actually play a major part in our dreams.
Neil Raymond - Sep 11, 2018
A new link has been found between genetics and obesity.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 11, 2018
Researchers have discovered a new type of human brain cell known as the 'rosehip neuron.'
Joseph Scalise - Sep 08, 2018
Scientists have found that most of the exoplanets on record hold quite a bit of water.
Susan Konig - Sep 08, 2018
Studies indicate that standing-- rather that sitting-- at work burns more calories and may help prevent heart disease and diabetes, regardless of how much you exercise.
Neil Raymond - Sep 07, 2018
The human genome may actually have less genes than previously thought.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 02, 2018
Scientists believe they have developed a new technology that can accurately locate the aftershocks from earthquakes.
Neil Raymond - Aug 29, 2018
Scientist finally found out how certain viruses bypass the body's defense mechanisms.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 21, 2018
Recent research shows that electrons come together in a distinct way that could help advance "valleytronics."
Joseph Scalise - Aug 20, 2018
Study of fire ants working in tunnels could help scientists create much more efficient robots.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 20, 2018
Observations of some of the oldest galaxies in the universe could give new insight into how many systems first formed.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 17, 2018
For the first time in history astronomers have observed exoplanets that have iron and titanium in their atmosphere.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 16, 2018
Astronomers have discovered a supermassive black hole at the center of a tiny galaxy, giving new insight into the odd formations.
Neil Raymond - Aug 16, 2018
Multigene test can be revolutionary in detecting disease.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 15, 2018
A brand new gel may be able to insulate every building on Earth.
Neil Raymond - Aug 14, 2018
The brain actually controls pessimism.
Neil Raymond - Aug 14, 2018
Sperm count may actually be affected by your underwear.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 14, 2018
For the first time in history scientists believe they may be able to view the mysterious "hydrogen wall" that sits at the edge of our solar system.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 14, 2018
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a birth control app known as Nature Cycles, which is meant to help
Neil Raymond - Aug 10, 2018
Congestive heart failure can be attributed to epigenetic changes in the heart.
Neil Raymond - Aug 10, 2018
Proteins responsible for causing epilepsy are now known to scientists.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 10, 2018
The scientists reached their conclusion by using a computer model that projects the most likely place for certain species on the evolutionary tree.
Neil Raymond - Aug 09, 2018
Risk factors associated with c-sections can be avoided with induced labor.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 01, 2018
For the first time in history researchers have proven how the diets of cave bears shifted over time.
Tyler MacDonald - Jul 27, 2018
A new study unravels the mystery of the extinct vegetarian cave bear diet.
Karen Saltos - Jul 27, 2018
Scientists in Mozambique are using hands-on approaches to analyze animal behavior.
Lliane Hunter - Oct 05, 2018
Biotech companies continue to hammer out the kinks in gene-editing technology.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 03, 2018
A group of researchers have developed the largest family tree ever assembled.
Tracy Williams - Oct 03, 2018
A group of researchers have developed a way to test for suicidal thoughts and tendencies.
James Carlin - Oct 03, 2018
Humans first evolved to be tall and skinny before they gained weight.
Dan Taylor - Oct 03, 2018
Researchers have found the mechanisms that allow the common shrew to shrink and regrow its head during different parts of the year,
Joseph Scalise - Oct 03, 2018
New research shows how many different mushroom species all evolved to use psilocybin as a way of defense.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 03, 2018
New research shows that many cancer cases are the result of preventable causes rather than genetics.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 03, 2018
A new study shows that self-harm is on the rise for both girls and young women across the U.S.
Lliane Hunter - Oct 01, 2018
Scientists are studying urban wildlife to increase conservation efforts.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
A group of scientists have created efficient form of water collection.
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
Ancient humans interbred with Denisovans on two separate occasions.
Neil Raymond - Sep 28, 2018
An electronic device implanted in the brain, might be able to stop seizures.
Lliane Hunter - Sep 28, 2018
The cells in our genome are constantly dividing, which multiplies the chances for mutations.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 26, 2018
Scientists have found that the amphibian killing chytrid fungus first came from east Asia.
Neil Raymond - Sep 24, 2018
Breastfeeding has the previously unknown benefit of lessening the risk of stroke, according to Science Daily.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 24, 2018
New research shows that e-cigarettes are much more harmful to lung cells than many people think.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 24, 2018
A new analysis on a distant black hole shows that Einstein's theory of general relativity remains rock solid.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 22, 2018
Newly discovered gut enzymes could help researchers create universal blood.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 22, 2018
A new study reveals a strong link between rising temperatures and increases in suicide rates.
Robert Balkovich - Sep 22, 2018
A rare bird species known as the Liberian Greenbul may actually be a subset of the more common Iceterine Greenbul.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 22, 2018
Researchers believe they have finally figured out how birds easily navigate around the world.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 22, 2018
A new method used to grow crops on Antarctica could one day allow astronauts to get vegetables in space.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 17, 2018
A new study shows that boys that have older brothers could be more likely to be gay.
Neil Raymond - Sep 17, 2018
Scientists found a new brain cell that distinguishes humans and animals.
Dan Taylor - Sep 17, 2018
A new study has proved that, despite common belief it went extinct more than 80 years ago, the Lord Howe Island stick insect still exists.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 14, 2018
A new study suggests how the building blocks needed for life first came about in space.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 08, 2018
A new test shows the dependability of Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Neil Raymond - Sep 07, 2018
Mosquitoes carry viruses and now they can be detected.
Joseph Scalise - Sep 04, 2018
A group of scientists have discovered yet another disease that CRISPR can effectively combat.
Neil Raymond - Sep 02, 2018
Children's cancers may lie dormant for years before being discovered by the doctors.
Neil Raymond - Aug 31, 2018
Brain cancer in children may actually helped by the use of stem cells.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 31, 2018
Researchers have finally observed the process by which the Higgs boson particle decays.
Neil Raymond - Aug 28, 2018
Binge drinking has lasting effects according to new research.
Neil Raymond - Aug 27, 2018
There is apparently a new way to help treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Neil Raymond - Aug 27, 2018
Loss of sleep can affect your weight.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 23, 2018
Astronomers have finally confirmed the presence of water ice on the surface of the moon.
Neil Raymond - Aug 21, 2018
Prolonged periods of seating can be hazardous to your health.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 20, 2018
A new study reveals that hydrogen can turn metal if put under enough pressure.
Neil Raymond - Aug 17, 2018
Scientists are developing new vaccines to fight parasites in humans.
Neil Raymond - Aug 17, 2018
Eyes can help detect Parkinson's disease according to new research.
Neil Raymond - Aug 17, 2018
It appears that cancer can be detected with malaria protein.
Neil Raymond - Aug 16, 2018
Blindness can finally be reversed, at least in mice so far.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 16, 2018
A new study sheds light on both the cosmic web, as well as what the universe was like when the first galaxies formed.
Neil Raymond - Aug 16, 2018
Diabetes may be responsible for more problems, as it raises the risk of cancer, according to Health Line.
Neil Raymond - Aug 15, 2018
E-cigarettes can actually damage immune cells in the lungs.
Neil Raymond - Aug 15, 2018
Specialized medical delivery methods can help with cancer treatments.
Neil Raymond - Aug 15, 2018
Autism can potentially be now discovered early in life.
Neil Raymond - Aug 15, 2018
Adult-child conversations are beneficial for the development of the children's brains.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 14, 2018
A new study offers the first concrete explanation for why Jupiter is covered in bright, colorful bands.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 10, 2018
A shark tooth discovered in Australia gives new insight into the ancient shark species Carcharocles angustidens.