By Tony Evans The horrific shootings over the past few days, in Louisiana, Minnesota and now my hometown of Dallas, have shaken all of us. Tragically, this is even more true for the families of Philando
Scientists have designed a robotic stingray that could help our understanding of the human heart. The miniature robot, one-tenth the scale of the actual fish, moves using heart cells taken from a rat.
There’s always a bit of curiosity and, honestly, a bit of secrecy around the products and routines people use to keep their skin healthy from the inside out. What’s even more intriguing is when you can
From sun to wind to freezing cold, our faces are exposed to the most extreme of elements on a daily basis. To safeguard against this brutal treatment, our bodies developed a powerful first line of defense.
This is too easy. For SELF, by Alexis Bennett Jocelyn Runice Finding the perfect makeup shades can sometimes seem like an endless battle. Get it wrong and your skin can end up with a pasty, sallow, greenish,
(CNN) — Levels of the brain-eating amoeba Naegleria fowleri, which killed an Ohio teen, were unusually high in water samples taken from the U.S. National Whitewater Center and were probably caused by failure
The hole in the Antarctic ozone layer is beginning to close, scientists have discovered. Researchers from the University of Leeds and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, have confirmed
Extinction isn't the only end game. Species are disappearing at speeds unseen since previous global extinction events, and there's little doubt that humans are to blame. Biologists estimate that dozens
Humans are driving the evolution of new species — and that could be just as bad as causing extinctions
By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow The London Underground mosquitoes were first noticed during World War II, when tens of thousands of people took shelter in