What kills you certainly makes you stronger, but in botany, these plants have the capacity to destroy everything.
From nails on a chalkboard to a fork scratching on a plate, why do these noises continue to annoy and make us cringe?.
We explore the techniques used to improve building infrastructure due to the demand of earthquake-proof buildings.
Ever wondered what the future holds for air travel? The secret could lie in the reemergence of supersonic flight.
Devout Muslims, tribespeople and avid stargazers observed in amazement as a total solar eclipse stretched across Indonesia.
Researchers studying Japanese Tits have dscovered the birds are able to combine phrases to “talk” to each other.
A rare occurance in the science community as thousands flock to Indonesia, Australia to catch the sighting of a total solar eclipse.
After an earthquake and a tsunami caused damage to a nuclear plant five years ago, a barren Fukushima is revisited.
NASA's Hubble Telescope made a breakthrough discovery after a galaxy was spotted 13.4 billion light years away.
A new breakthrough study has found that we need just 3,000 for a healthy life.
They also pinpoint the monobrow gene, paving the way for a new look for many.
A new technique that fires a web of threads onto a wound will likely speed up healing and provide better protection.
Our mouths are a breeding ground for bacteria, much like our canine friends but is a dog's mouth more dangerous than ours?.
According to a recent study gorillas sing while chewing on certain foods, like flowers or seeds.
A boost in the mortality rate is possible now that researchers can identify and treat pancreatic cancer separately.