A team of Italian scientists says it found three new underground lakes near the south pole of Mars.
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A new state of the art satellite imaging program will allow California fire authorities to map every individual tree in the state as a means to better plan and monitor for fires.
A Hungarian medical researcher has just won the prestigious Körber Prize for his groundbreaking study that could cure blindness.
A new survey suggests that playing may actually improve their literacy, communication skills and overall mental well-being.
Due to Australia’s coronavirus lockdown, many bars and restaurants were forced to shut down in March, leaving huge inventories of unsold, stale beer with no one to drink it.
A team of Chinese researchers claim their new blood test can detect cancer in 95 percent of subjects, The Guardian reports — years before they showed any conventional symptoms.
A new study shows THC can also be effective in treating pain. The study was published in the European Journal of Pain and is the first clinical trial that investigated the efficacy of microdosing THC to treat chronic pain.
Scientists have created tiny human livers out of human skin cells as dream of plentiful transplant organs moves closer to reality
New research has shown that scientists have created tiny human livers out of human skin cells before successfully transplanting them into rats.
Nasa will name its headquarters in Washington DC after its first black female engineer, Mary Jackson.
Nasa administrator Jim Bridenstine said Jackson had helped to break down barriers for African Americans and women in engineering and technology and to honour her they will name their HQ after her.
An Austrian farmer has discovered how to grow vegetables throughout the winter and he is now teaching his technique to other European gardening communities.