Why do Indians think of ‘blood purity’ when it comes to marriage, even if the idea has been disproved scientifically? The answer lies in our history.
The ability to grow blood cells of any needed type in a lab could be a game-changer.
The use of human blood may have allowed an ancient society's elite to maintain their status as cosmically privileged deities even in the afterlife, researchers say.
Humans are a “significant, but chronically overlooked, source of natural resources” for Mars missions, according to a new study.
The decision to dial back the ban but not eliminate it shows just how arbitrary it really is.
"This is blood. This is not jelly."
MIT scientists are working on a robot that could deliver lasers and drugs to problem areas of the brain.
The well-preserved condition of the animal is giving hope to researchers trying to clone extinct animals.
Many Soviet children grew up loving the sweetness, texture, and slight metallic twang of Hematogen bars—without knowing what was in them.