Evidence reveals new form of matter-antimatter asymmetry

Around 13.8 billion years ago the big bang brought into being the whole universe, yet physicists were baffled that we even came to be....

Humans have a limit on their lifespan

In 1997 on August 4, a French woman, Jeanne Calment died aged 122 years old. She was the oldest verified human being in history,...

Chinese skeletons dating back to the Roman era discovered in London

It has long been known that the Chinese and Roman empires were aware of each other’s existence, and even carried out a trade with...

Space probe Gaia unveils a larger milky way

Despite the recent technological advancements that have aided mankind's thirst for galactic exploration, astronomers are still yet to truly visualise what the Milky Way,...

Meet the first baby born from the DNA of three parents

Fertility therapy has been long dealing with the hurdles of the genetic malfunctions, with no protocol in place to combat with such genetic disorders....

Archaeologists find ancient tombs in Peru hinting at human sacrifice

Archaeologists investigating a cluster of 15th century tombs in northern Peru have uncovered evidence that the occupants may have been killed as part of...

NASA releases all its research free for public access

On August 16, the US Space Agency NASA announced its decision to make all its funded scientific journal articles free for public access. They have...

Fossil re-examined in museum shows a millenar dolphin specie

A re-examination of a fossil, which has been exposed since 1951 on the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History collection at Washington DC, helped...

Zika virus could have Alzheimer’s-like effect in adults

Scientists have warned that infection with the Zika Virus could have implications extending beyond unborn children; as new research shows the virus may have...

Great Red Spot is heating Jupiter’s upper atmosphere

Published on Journal Nature, a recent study lead by James O’Donoghue, Research Scientist at Boston University and colleagues from University of Leicester, came to...