New sponge-like material has been invented by scientists in Ireland that can absorb toxic benzene from polluted air.
The global bee population could be endangered by a newly discovered deadly virus, a leading scientist has warned.
The world hasn't seen a routine smallpox vaccine for decades. Countries are now ordering shots since the smallpox vaccine also protects against monkeypox.
The proposed mission would involve a new planet-hunting telescope that would scan nearby stars for signs of Earth-like worlds.
The cases and deaths have almost entirely been reported from the Democratic Republic of the Congo where the disease frequently spreads.
The step forward for fusion research comes as Bill Gates this week referred to fusion power as a "promising" energy source.
The moon could contain massive slabs of ice at its north and south poles formed from the steam of vast ancient volcanoes, according to new research.
A British University that started life as an aircraft development college and is the only European university with its own airport is getting a $3.8 million investment to carry out sustainable aviation research.
Suspected and confirmed cases of the virus are being increasingly reported across Europe, as well as in North America.
According to the theorists, the Microsoft co-founder, apparently not content with stuffing us full of microchips, is at it again...
The European Space Agency said it had to quickly conduct a difficult maneuver to avoid a "high-risk collision" with debris from an exploded Soviet satellite.
It comes as health authorities track several other cases of monkeypox in the U.K., some of which may have been locally transmitted.
Federal officials seized eggs from a moth species that has not been seen in the country for more than 100 years and was being smuggled in as herbal tea.
Phaloris shawnella has been detected in just two places so far in the land-locked South American republic of Paraguay.
The drought in Europe between 2018 and 2020 has set the benchmark for droughts on the continent according to the most detailed study carried out to date.
Scientists have explained the necessary steps to transform the food system toward a sustainable model.
The charge in question was likely a brief emotional assessment that doctors can routinely carry out to screen mental health.
The congressman has previously called for more transparency from the government in investigations of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena—a term more commonly used by officials than UFO.
Frozen testicular tissue can still make sperm after 20 years, according to scientists who say it can help young cancer patients to later have children.
A report failed to explain what UFOs are but stated that they "pose a hazard to safety of flight," noting several cases of near misses between pilots and what the government officially terms UAPs.
The scientists' findings might one day lead to the development of treatments that could improve vision.
Naturally orange lobsters are so rare that one aquarium described one as a "1 in 30 million creature."
Both fish - commonly referred to as South American darters - could disappear if the Brazilian government does not take immediate action, say scientists.
Astro photographer Leonardo Di Maggio told Newsweek that it's actually easy to photograph a lunar eclipse with entry level equipment.
Astronomers have unearthed traces of more than 1,700 new asteroids found by the Hubble Space Telescope but hidden in its files for 20 years.
Scientists found that microplastics are being transported thousands of miles all over the world by ocean air, snow, sea spray, and fog.
A study on the unfortunate medical phenomenon known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) has garnered significant attention.
Top security officials are set to provide testimony on potential threats posed by UFOs in a congressional hearing next week.