The world's most complete specimen of a Stegosaurus dinosaur dating back to 150 million years weighed 1,600kg, equivalent to a small rhino, researchers have found.
British scientists have found a brain mechanism they think may drive our desire for glucose-rich food and say the discovery could one day lead to better treatments for obesity.
The game of cricket appears heavily loaded in the favour of the batsmen but the World Cricket Committee has ruled against changing the law related to the size of the bat due to lack of consensus on the issue.
Scientists have discovered four new galaxy clusters, each potentially containing thousands of individual galaxies, some 10 billion light years from Earth.
It does take two to tango when it comes to performing a physical task better.
Researchers have discovered how some bacterial cells manage to escape the onslaught of antibiotics, according to a new study.
A US space agency rover tooling around on the dry surface of Mars has for the first time uncovered direct evidence of what used to be a freshwater lake, scientists said Monday.
Scientists from five leading British universities will begin a ground-breaking clinical trial next year to test a possible cure for HIV.
Scientists have discovered a gene mutation responsible for excessive alcohol drinking, a finding that could lead to potential new treatments for alcoholism.
Men who are unemployed for more than two years show signs of faster ageing in their DNA, a new study has found.
A new drug which mimics the effects of being drunk without any health risks such as addiction or hangovers is being developed.
A new study has found that people who walk to work are around 40 percent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive.
A new study has revealed that humans may have more in common with a pigeon than we have realized, at least in terms of brain wiring.
The increased risk of heart attack or stroke associated with many arthritis drugs may be avoidable, a new international study has claimed.
Increasingly research is revealing that not only lifestyle factors, but genetics also play an important role in determining an individual`s susceptibility to obesity.
Indian citizens, who go to their workplace either by cycling or walking, are less likely to be overweight or obese, or suffer from diabetes or high blood pressure, a study has claimed.
A new study has suggested that drinking one (or one extra) 12oz serving size of sugar-sweetened soft drink a day can be enough to increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 22 percent.
Scientists have identified molecular signals that control whether embryos are accepted by the womb, and their abnormal functioning is linked to repeated miscarriages in women.
British people of South Asian, African or African Caribbean descent are significantly more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than their European counterparts, researchers have warned.
Scientists have found nine new genes associated with bone health and suggested a new way to discover genes that may be implicated in human skeletal diseases.
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