A study in Ontario, Canada reveals a new link to the increasingly prevalent condition.
The asteroids are thought to have evidence about the early days of the solar system.
Irish researchers say the human body has an additional organ, the mesentery, that has been misunderstood for at least a century.
Michael Farmer discovered a meteorite in Canada, which he and his partner sold for $600,000.
Scientists say the Campi Flegrei volcano in the south of Italy could be coming closer to erupting.
Space travel companies made technical leaps, NASA reached Jupiter, and great discoveries were made.
The six astronauts who live and work on the International Space Station will welcome 2017 at the same time as UK, reports NBC News.
Olav Hellebo, CEO at ReNeuron, discusses the value of stem cell treatment as well as investment in his research area.
Your gut bacteria has been conditioned by your eating habits. It could be thwarting your weight-loss efforts.
Tesla's Autopilot is not psychic, but radar may have given it the ability to see what was happening a few cars ahead of it.
So-called "superbugs" "threaten the achievements of modern medicine," according to the World Health Organization.
A mere 20 conditions appear responsible for over half of all medical expenditures in the United States.
Today's space mining entrepreneurs are intent on turning asteroids into figurative gas stations. NBC reports.
The movie "Passengers" may provoke some thought among those looking to bolt Earth for greener planetary pastures.
An Ebola vaccine has proved successful in a large-scale human trial led by the World Health Organization.
The Sahara Desert was dusted in a layer of snow after a strong polar front from the Mediterranean, reports NBC News.
NHS England has announced that it is to provide funding for more testing of Argus II, otherwise known as the 'bionic eye'.
Charles Lurio at The Lurio Report talks about the latest developments in businesses in the the space sector.
A clear majority of Americans, and about half of all Republicans, would support a carbon tax if it meant taxes were reduced elsewhere.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 15- Climate scientists worried that President-elect Donald Trump will slash their budgets and sideline their research are entering survival mode, trimming the words "climate change" from study proposals, emphasizing business applications of their work, and safeguarding data that shows global warming is real. "I think it is maybe really...