The Vectaerovenator inopinatus roamed the earth around 115 million years ago.
Your teeth and bones have star stuff.
In the past, loads of clinical data has been corrupted by one of Excel's most basic functions.
New research suggests that negative-minded people are more likely to develop life-threatening diseases.
Currently near Mars, it will fly past Earth in the distant future.
That jar of kimchi in your fridge may not be a magic cure, but can scientists use the fermented vegetable in developing an antiviral drug?
With most of the world in lockdown, the "seismic noise" produced by humans has reduced by up to 50 percent.
This is the result of a 20-year collaboration of several hundred scientists from around 30 different institutions around the world.
The newly-discovered species of crustacean can grow up to a foot long.
The discovery of "thought worms" can also help detect when one thought ends and another begins.
There are 'no realistic scenarios' to make the economic growth demanded by capitalism compatible with a safe climate, researchers who advised the United Nations found.
The half-exploded star is careening across the Milky Way at 900,000 kilometres per hour, according to a new study by international researchers.