Neuroscientists are still working to understand exactly why swimming is particularly beneficial in preventing aging and may be close to finding the answer.
Researchers at Yale have developed ways to effectively map variations in individual symptoms to mental illnesses, such as major depression, schizophrenia, or anxiety.
Underwater archaeology is incredibly dangerous and expensive but a new model can map shipwrecks with 92% accuracy, reducing time, costs and risks involved.
This freely available database of the human proteome marks a new dawn for medicine and biology.
Before space trips become commercially available, there are important factors to consider, such as which environmental and safety laws need to be created.
Athletes perform better if they focus on the intended outcome of an action, rather than the action itself, writes sport scientist Gabrielle Wulf.
On board Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin suborbital space flight was 82-year-old Wally Funk, a former aviator who's set a new record for being the oldest astronaut.
There are steps you can take to improve the hygiene of your bed, such as not eating or drinking in it and washing the sheets once a week.
Earth’s continents once formed a single, giant landmass, called Pangaea. Over millions of years, Pangaea slowly broke apart, forming today's continents.
Women are less likely to benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution due to the ongoing gender gap in science and technology.
Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, John M. Horack explains the science of suborbital flights like Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unit winged craft.
A University of Cambridge researcher explores the research being done into COVID-19 infection in animals - and whether it could mutate in different species.
A new Yale study has shed light on how people make food choices. The study assessed under what conditions fruit flies favour calorie intake over taste.
Bacteria found in the rumen of a cow stomach can be used to digest polyesters used in textiles, packaging, and compostable bags, according to a new study.
AI is expected to be a vital tool for astronomers as they conduct more in-depth studies of the universe over the following decade.