In what has been described as a profound example of evolution, paper wasps have developed the ability to recognise faces.
Researchers have recreated the vocal tract of a 3000-year-old mummy, allowing the long-dead ancient Eyptian priest to speak again.
Newly discovered wandering black holes located away from the centre of their respective galaxies may give us vital clues about how black holes formed in the early Universe.
Achance encounter with a salty cloud of dust have provided further evidence that the building blocks of life were seeded on Earth by comets.
Specially designed vacuum suction units that will allow spider robots to scale walls. The device has applications in the development of climbing robots.
Researchers can use the Moon as a natural, space-based particle detector in order to better understand cosmic rays bombarding us from deep space.
Up to one-in-four stars could support Earth-like planets, capable of supporting life, suggests new research from Penn State University.
A new Dinosaur species-- Ngwevu intloko--lay misidentified in university vaults for 30 thirty years until discovered by a PhD student.