Thanks to Kepler, we now know that planets around other stars are the rule rather than the exception.
Nutrias are cute but dangerous rodents and they are currently invading California. They breed quickly and can produce hundreds of offspring in one year.
The bones belong to at least 20 people who may have been Tehuelche, a group of indigenous nomadic hunter-gatherers who settled in Patagonia 12,000 years ago.
Dechox is the new campaign urging you to give up your favourite sweet treat.
The two Late Pleistocene boys, roughly estimated to be around 10 and 12 years old, were found to have physical abnormalities.
The Tesla is headed for an orbit between Mars and the asteroid belt.
Scientists have found a new method to detect earthquakes which works more accurately than existing systems.
Rajshree Patil's son was pursuing engineering in Germany when he was diagnosed with a stage IV cancer in the brain.
The iceberg continues to calve and disintegrate as it reaches warmer waters.
The spiral galaxy's swirling arms are where new stars are born, whose high temperatures make them shine a bright blue.
A new set of smart drum line trialled in Australia could keep sharks away from popular beaches and make sure they have better chances of survival.
The 70-pound meteorite looks like an ellipsoid cosmic sculpture with "numerous sockets and perforations".
GPU manufacturers are scrambling to deal with rapidly rising demand for graphics cards.
The two galaxies are moving towards each other and will collide after some four billion years.
SpaceX has an installed capacity to build about 400 rocket engines per year, that is, over 100 launches by 2020.
When it comes to how much money an individual earns, there may be an optimal amount that will make you happy.
A team of experts found a new class of drugs that could offer alternative treatment to ocular herpes, and even extend to other types of herpes, including mouth and genital cases.
These five elaborate methods have evolved to increase the chance that an individual male's sperm is the winner.
A new study suggests that chemicals found on the lining of pans could affect how the body metabolises food.