Much like parents who talk to a pregnant woman's belly, some birds sing to their eggs before they hatch
Locked in a warehouse-size freezer in suburban Denver is a detailed sample of thousands of years of the earth's climate history trapped in gasses, ...
Scientists now calculate that Greenland sharks are Earth's oldest living animals with backbones. They estimate that one of those grey sharks was born ...
The 56 groups that helped create the list by crowd sourcing the questions has asked for the candidates to answer the questions by September 6
The new clinical trial will examine a vaccine regimen specifically designed for virus subtype C
The infection was reported in a study appearing in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, a publication of the American Society for Microbiology
Scientists reported they had grown human embryos in the lab for nearly two weeks
The skin cell was transformed to become a germ cell, which can develop into sperm or an egg, but it did not have the ability to fertilize
One of the basic tenets of knowledge is being open to other opinions
According to new research, ‘ugly’ animals attract less funding and investigation
Happiness can trigger a heart condition that can lead to heart attacks and even death, say researchers. Previously it was thought that takotsubo ...
Today, the Arab world is still being accused of not doing enough to find and nurture its star scientists and the discoveries of tomorrow
“Science and Sensibility: How to restore Arab passion for knowledge” was a dominant idea stressed at Al Arabiya English’s panel ...
The panel brought together some of the top scientific figures in the region and was headed by Al Hayat newspaper’s science editor Dr. Ahmad Moghrabi
In the Middle East, more women enrol in degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related subjects than men, a study by The ...
Researchers identified gravitational waves coming from two distant black holes - extraordinarily dense objects whose existence also was foreseen by Einstein
Islam’s golden age centuries ago was synonymous with science and discoveries, said one panellist
Arab countries spending less than half a percent of their GDP on research and development, according to scholar Jim Al-Kalili
The Rusingoryx boasted a weird nasal structure more befitting of a dinosaur than a mammal
Five surgeons, assisted by two nurses and six anaesthesiologists, carried out the successful, five-hour operation
We continue to face challenges – from climate change to cyber-security, poverty to pandemics
Any formal recommendation to adopt the Anthropocene as a new geological epoch would require years of extra research
The lander has not made contact with its Rosetta orbiter since July 9
Most of the studies did not say where their funding came from
In the 21st Century, conflict has again driven scientific advance, but instead of gazing upwards to the sky and unlocking the mysteries of the firmament
Two hot huge stars, spinning in a tight orbit around one another, appear to be "kissing." The stellar pair are so close together that their ...
Developments in artificial intelligence could soon build highly personalized health question-answering systems useful, for patients and doctors
Australia psycholosts have gidetermined that three minutes of Tetris can decreace cravings from 70 per cent to 56 per cent
From an evolutionary perspective, scientist confirm felines are better than dogs
More than two dozen top U.S. scientists praised the Iran nuclear deal as major security achievement
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