The amalgamation of man and machine will be the 'biggest evolution in biology' claims Professor Yuval Noah Harari
It may come as no surprise to learn that the human attention span has drastically lessened from the year 2000.
An international team of scientists recently sequenced the complete genome of the woolly mammoth. Led by the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm, the work opens the door to recreate the huge herbivore, which last roamed the Earth 4,000 yea
A comprehensive Microsoft study is offering insights into how living in the digital age is affecting our ability to sustain attention, and how our brains are adapting to the constant flow of new stimuli.
IT'S A LONG, hard road to understanding the human brain, and one of the first milestones in that journey is building a … database.
We've heard that bees are disappearing. But what is making bee colonies so vulnerable?
World first as SPERM is grown in a lab for the first time: Scientists claim breakthrough could give hope to infertile men
KILLING FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
A BABOON GENE COULD GIVE CATTLE A FIGHTING CHANCE AGAINST A DEADLY DISEASE
THIS IS THE FIRST BABY CONCEIVED WITH CONTROVERSIAL MITOCHONDRIAL METHOD
Antarctica's Dry Valleys are the most arid places on Earth, but underneath their icy soils lies a vast and ancient network of salty, liquid water filled with life, a new study finds.
Modifying the DNA of embryos is a "line that should not be crossed", a leading figure in US research says.
Move over, Batman -- there's a new Dark Knight in town.
?Thiovulum majus is already a strange-enough form of bacteria.
Head transplant: man will be attached to new body in under an hour and aim is immortality, doctor says
It's the first time in history something like this has happened... that we know of.
RUMORS THAT THIS RESEARCH WAS UNDERWAY TURN OUT TO BE TRUE
Scientists working in the area of pancreatic cancer research have uncovered a technique that sees cancerous cells transform back into normal healthy cells.
As I put my thoughts together on a number of different trends, I am reminded every day how rapidly science and technology are changing.