China Science Daily announced Thursday that it has used software to automatically generate news stories about the latest discoveries from the world’s leading science journals.
UBC scientists have demonstrated for the first time a causal link between high insulin levels and pancreatic cancer.
A French inventor has successfully crossed the English Channel on his jet-powered hoverboard after a previous attempt failed last month.
A team of Hungarian doctors has successfully separated Rabeya and Rokaiya, Siamese twins conjoined at the head, in a 30-hour operation ending on Friday in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the Foundation for Defenceless People that organised the operation, told MTI.
Forbes reported that an Irish teenage boy has just won $50,000 for his project focusing on extracting micros-plastics from water.
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, has discovered three new worlds that are among the smallest, nearest exoplanets known to date. The planets orbit a star just 73 light years away and include a small, rocky super-Earth and two sub-Neptunes — planets about half the size of our own icy giant.
A new study led by researchers at the University of Miami’s (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science found that smoke from fires in Africa may be the most important source of a key nutrient — phosphorus — that acts as a fertilizer in the Amazon rainforest, Tropical Atlantic and Southern oceans.
Health authorities have uncovered an alarming surge in resistance to crucial HIV drugs.
Tens of thousands of migrating salmon stuck behind a rock slide on the Fraser River in a remote part of British Columbia will be flown over the barrier by helicopter.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch, the Washington Monument in D.C. is becoming a gigantic projection of the Saturn V rocket ship in flight.