Bacteria don't follow Darwin's theory
Bacteria are responsible for various diseases occurring in humans and animals. Understanding their behaviour will help us in utilising them for the better.
Our Milky Way is Apparently a Cannibal
New research shows that the Milky Way galaxy snatched tiny galaxies from its neighbor, and engulfed them into its own orbit.
How the strongest magnets of the universe are formed
The study suggests that the turbulence created by the collision of two stars could lead to the formation of stars with strong magnetic fields.
US health officials say there may be multiple causes to vaping-related illness
Investigators have not yet linked the cases to any specific product or compound, but have pointed to vaping oils containing THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, as being especially risky.
How do miners dispose of their waste in the sea?
Sea disposal of mining waste could spread as Indonesia weighs adopting the technique for new nickel projects.
Scientists have found a way to extract oxygen from the moon's soil
The best part is that the process doesn't produce any waste and the by product metal alloys obtained can be used for other purposes.
MV Agusta launches three motorcycles in India
These street fighters are powered by the same 798cc, three-cylinder DOHC motor seen on the Brutale 800RR.
We finally know why it’s so hard to maintain eye-contact during a conversation
Researchers reached the conclusion after doing an experiment on 26 volunteers.
Hornless bulls are now a thing, thanks to gene editing
Hornless animals are less likely to harm other animals or dairy workers, and tend to be less aggressive.