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.

Kennedy Space Center’s historic pad 39A to see first launch since July 2011

SpaceX is all set to launch a Falcon 9 rocket on a space station resupply mission from a historic Kennedy Space Center launch pad on coming Saturday, authorities have confirmed.

New Zealand workers cutting holes in whale carcasses

New Zealand wildlife workers are cutting holes in hundreds of dead pilot whales on Monday to prevent them from exploding as they decompose on Golden Bay, authorities have confirmed.

American students name Trump in landmark climate change suit

A group of around two dozen American students has named President Donald Trump in a landmark lawsuit over the federal government’s climate-change policy that they claim can put their future in jeop

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French embassy in the Philippines congratulated and lauded the Philippine government on Tuesday for officially accepting the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

Multiple American private space firms are trying to helping government-run space agency NASA to get rid of its expensive dependence on Russia.

Without acknowledging any breach, federal intelligence agency CIA has warned that recent WikiLeaks disclosure could hurt the intelligence community's ability to protect Americans against terrorists

The National Aeronautics & Space Administration’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has provided scientists with additional data about the TRAPPIST-1 ultra-cool dwarf star, which has seven