The subjects' reaction times were improved by 11 percent and they experienced a "brain boost" for up to 20 minutes after viewing a 3D film
Ice loss in the region is so large that it is causing small changes in the gravity field of the Earth
The galaxy, named WISE J224607.57-052635.0, is erupting with light equal to more than 300 trillion suns. It was discovered by NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
The glaciers along a stretch of coast about 750 km (470 miles) long in the southern Antarctic peninsula
Scientists can design a device to self-destruct within 20 seconds to a couple of minutes after heat is applied
The super computer will help India do research in different fields ranging from climate, defence and other areas
The hefty, rapidly ageing star "Nasty 1" may represent a brief transitory stage in the evolution of extremely massive stars
The breakthrough to convert blood cells to neurons was led by Mick Bhatia, director of the Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute at McMaster University.
The fossil from the Late Cretaceous period was discovered while collecting ammonite fossils
The 360 degree panoramic views of the Moon were captured using a rugged camera technology
The work may also help find hidden hydrocarbon resources, and more broadly it could help explore the Earth under East Asia and the rest of the world.
Developing algorithms that separate the images of tumours or lesions in the brain from the background.
Scientist discovered a blue silvery fish Opah, moonfish that circulates heated blood throughout its body much like mammals and birds.
NASA says its goal of landing astronauts on Mars in the 2030s is vital for obtaining evidence of life.
Mysterious bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres are only reflections of the sun's light on reflective material on the surface, possibly ice.
The study of neutrinos could greatly expedite understanding of the origin and evolution of the universe.
An international team of researchers made the discovery by studying a superconductor
Five-year-old Monty, from Bristol, was placed in water soluble anesthetic during the procedure on his left eye, which cost its owners 200 pounds.
Curiosity used its Mast Camera (Mastcam) to record the sunset during an evening of sky-watching on April 15.
Currently, there are no drugs to cure sepsis — antibiotics are useful in removing bacteria but in not regulating the immune system.
Researchers paired a smartphone with a 3D-printed plastic base where the sample of blood is positioned.
The devastating 7.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 has claimed over 7,500 lives and injured another 16,390 people.
As it is difficult to simulate all the aspects of the space environment, testing materials for extended durations is particularly important.
This mission to Mars is really for the hope of the Arab world and will send them a message to say you can be better, you can improve your country.
The manned mission to International Space Station would be re-scheduled due to the recent failure of the Progress M-27M cargo craft.
The spacecraft will help NASA abort from a launch or pad emergency and safely carry crew members out of harm's way.
The irradiated particles that compose these galactic cosmic rays are mainly remnants of past supernova events.
Test results have indicated that the use of these techniques leads not only to the reduction of the seismic load, but also the seismically induced permanent displacement of the structure.
Earthquakes, especially the big ones, leave imprints that are evident even after centuries.
The event also marks a landmark in India's effort to develop a big cryogenic engine.
Researchers have developed a revolutionary 4D printing technique which can create objects that change shape over time to suit their environment.
The common name of the species is "pocket shark," and its scientific name is Mollisquama species.
NASA is offering an award of up to $30,000 for innovative design ideas to protect a spacecraft's crew on the journey to Mars.
Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero is set to perform the world’s first head transplant — on 30-year-old Russian Valery Spridinov (inset), who suffers from a genetic muscle-wasting disease.
When the camera is not used to capture images, it can be used to generate power for other devices, such as a phone or a watch.
Pluto is getting its first close-up decades after planets such as Venus, Mars and Neptune received theirs.