• Mars and Phobos
    The Russian space probe that was designed to land on one of the moons of Mars to gather rock and soil samples failed in its mission and crashed into the Pacific Ocean, Russian officials said on Sunday.
  • Researchers have identified changes in sugar molecule patterns that line pre-cancerous cells in the esophagus, a condition called Barrett’s dysplasia, making it much easier to detect and remove these cells before they develop into esophageal cancer.
  • Gap Inhibitor Reduces Liver Damage
    Researchers have found a novel way to prevent liver damage and improve drug safety by blocking cell-to-cell communication.
  • Insulin
    Scientists have found that T-cells in the human body, which help protect the body from disease, can inadvertently destroy cells that produce insulin.
  • A group of researchers argue that the symptoms of an 'overactive bladder' should be studied individually in order to better understand the underlying causes of the symptoms and to help develop more effective treatments.
  • The United States exported $177.8 billion in goods and services in November and imported $225.6 billion, according to data released on Friday by the Bureau of Economic Analysis of the U.S. Commerce Department.
  • R1
    The cargo ship that has been stranded off the coast of New Zealand for more than three months started to sink after breaking up into debris and littering New Zealand beaches.
  • Earth from Space
    The European Space Agency has released images that show a phytoplankton bloom swirling in the figure of an 8 in the South Atlantic Ocean which shows the ocean to have become rich in minerals from the mixing of surface waters with deeper waters.
  • Beyonce Fly
    A previously un-named horse fly species whose appearance differs by a “glamorous” golden lower abdomen has been named in honor of famous pop diva and new mother, Beyoncé.
  • Muffin
    Researchers at Harvard University, along with food preparation experts are using muffins to make a point about what they say is the myth that when it comes to diets “low fat is best.”
  • Winter Central Park
    A new study suggests that the increasingly cold winters over the past two decades could be due to warmer temperatures in the autumn, changing normal weather patterns and causing temperatures to plummet in the winter.
  • Exploding Star
    Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have discovered a distant exploding star deep into the universe after detecting its feeble glow, determining the star exploded more than 9 billion years ago.