A recent study shows depression may not be caused by a chemical imbalance, leading some people to say Cruise was right for disparaging antidepressants in 2005.
Dr. Hugh Adler from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine told Newsweek that the findings are not unexpected
Antarctic fish have been discovered by researchers to have ugly parasitic tumors all over their bodies, potentially as a result of warming ocean temperatures.
Associate Professor Brittany L. Kmush told Newsweek that although monkeypox is not thought of as an airborne virus, its mode of transmission may have changed.
The cephalopod was later transported to Echizen Matsushima Aquarium for further research and preservation.
Early forms of government were able to capitalize when resources like wheat and corn could be weighed.
The woman appears to be the third person ever to be cured of HIV.
Eric Lander is staying on as a presidential adviser after an internal review found he violated the "Safe and"Respectful Workplace Policy."
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission said the incident was a happy one as it would help with their ongoing skunk survey.
Members of the scientific community said they "deplore the personal attacks on Dr. Fauci."
Sunlight is linked to the production of oxygen. Scientists in Denmark suggest that some organisms can also produce oxygen where sunlight doesn't exist.
"In short, we panicked," wrote the infectious disease expert in his new book.
It is usually so cold at the Greenland Summit Station that any precipitation falls in the form of snow, making the territory's first rainfall a red flag.
The computer scientist's groundbreaking work has formed the basis of several modern technologies from facial recognition and subway systems to stock trading.
Experts say that Joro spiders don't pose a threat to humans or pets and typically won't bite unless threatened.
Only half of Americans view climate change as an "existential threat" despite the dire warnings from scientists.
The workers, some of which are specialists researching COVID-19, say the mandate violates their constitutional rights and is creating a hostile environment.
The discovery is the oldest known footprint ever found of hominins.
The late scientist known for her pioneering research on green tea was the first woman doctor of agriculture in Japan.
Rudolf Weigl is also the scientist who invented the world's first effective vaccine against spotted fever during World War I. Today's Google Doodle celebrates his many achievements.
Scientists advocated for continual research on the C.1.2 variant to determine if its mutations make it more dangerous than the Delta variant.
"One of the most important lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic is that when scientists are warning about a looming threat, we all ought to listen," Gore said.
The moth, Lymantria dispar, and the ant, Aphaenogaster araneoides, known as the "gypsy moth" and the "gypsy ant," were removed as recognized common names.
The scientist, who worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology weeks before the first known cases emerged, claimed no one she knew at WIV was ill at end of 2019.
Scientists created a substance that can trap airborne respiratory droplets on surfaces like plexiglass, which may aid in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and other airborne diseases.
"Our adversaries are engaging in a systematic effort to infiltrate the academic research community and siphon away the results of United States spending on biomedical research," Senator Richard Burr said.
Officials said a suspicious Sunday blackout at a major uranium enrichment facility was likely orchestrated by foreign actors seeking to disrupt Iran's controversial nuclear program.
Their staunch opposition to even considering a vaccine comes as health officials plead with lawmakers to not politicize the vaccination process.
To mark International Women's Day, we take a look at a handful of female scientists who have made the world a better place.
Iran's Ministry of Defense confirmed that terrorists killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on Friday.