The venom of the Brazilian wandering spider causes long-lasting, painful erections, sparking its development into a drug treating erectile dysfunction.
Researchers developed genetically engineered strains of one type of bacteria that they say could help to tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution.
"It's quite exceptional, it's the first time that we have found a tomb intact and which has not been looted," archaeologist Agnès Balmelle told French news.
The study tracked participants' risk of Type 2 diabetes over a six-year period.
The octopus was seen by cameras on a remote-controlled underwater vehicle crossing the Pacific Ocean floor.
Fairy circles have puzzled scientists for decades. But new research hopes to reveal insights into their mysterious origin.
The parasite can be contracted by eating contaminated produce and, in rare cases, is fatal.
"It could be between 25-30 degrees Celsius [45-54 F] warmer on average than today," study author Alexander Farnsworth told Newsweek.
Storm Philippe was upgraded to a tropical storm on Saturday night, making it the 16th named storm of the hurricane season.
Running can be a daunting or draining task. Even so, these psychological tricks can help improve your enjoyment and achieve your fitness goals.
The material was first collected in space nearly three years ago from Bennu, an asteroid scientists discovered in 1999.
The recently discovered language remains largely incomprehensible, but researchers said it belongs to the Indo-European family.
The elephant may have been used in the armies of ancient Roman leader Julius Caesar or potentially even the legendary Carthaginian general Hannibal.
Feline panleukopenia "can live in environments for months," an animal shelter in Ohio said in a Facebook post about the outbreak of the deadly virus.
Some antivirals work by increasing the rate of mutation in SARS-CoV-2. But could this accelerate the evolution of new, super variants?
The whale is thought to have very low chances of survival after its collision, and has not been seen since Sunday.
The rocket's exhaust fumes reacted with the ionosphere layer of the atmosphere, changing the ionization levels as it moved through during its ascent.
Europa is thought to have a hidden subsurface ocean of salty liquid water, which scientists believe may harbor the conditions suitable for life.
"Our studies suggest that consuming only 10 to 15 percent of the maximum daily [recommended] dose could compromise mental health," Pradeep Bhide told Newsweek.
It's a really exciting area, and lots of people are trying to find different ways to make immunotherapy work in more people," Susan Kaech told Newsweek.
U.S. Drought Monitor data shows that very dry spells across southern states have gotten significantly worse in the past three months.