Scientists decipher probable reason of woolly mammoth’s extinction

Woolly mammoths became totally extinct nearly 4,000 years ago, and a team of geneticists have now deciphered the probable reason for the ancient gigantic species’ demise.

New research demonstrates the power of bumblebees’ brains

Showing the unprecedented power of insect brains, a team of researchers successfully made a few bumblebees to push a ball to the middle of a platform for a sugary treat.

BAS releases new footage of Larsen C crack

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), a research group which is monitoring a miles-long crack in the Larsen C Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula, has warned that a massive block of ice around a qua

Kids with ADHD have some smaller than usual brain regions: study

Kids with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have slightly smaller than usual brain regions, a fresh review of ADHD patients’ brain scans revealed.

Panel backs gene-editing for treating diseases

The potentially revolutionary gene-editing technologies should be used to treat diseases or disabilities, a panel of scientists suggested.