A recent study published in the journal, Child Development, found that children are drawing more female scientists than ever before, with girls more likely to draw female scientists than boys. The study found that children as young as six years old showed more gender diversity in their drawings of scientists than in previous years. Specifically, the study found that 28 per cent of the children drew female scientists, compared to 0.6 per cent in a similar study conducted in the 1960s.
Bangladesh scientists offer help to India for tackling the deadly wheat blast outbreak.
Scientists in the United States are trying to grow human organs inside pigs.
Scientists in Japan have successfully transplanted mice with lab-grown skin that has more of the organ's working parts in place than ever before.
For decades, scientists have estimated that the Siberian unicorn -- a long-extinct species of mammal that looked more like a rhino than a horse -- died out some 350,000 years ago, but a beautifully preserved skull found in Kazakhstan has completely overturned that assumption.
Wouldn't it be great if you could have a mango in deep winter? Why not any time of the year? What if it was just as yellow and luscious and fragrant as one from peak season?
The melting of glaciers caused by the world's rising temperatures appears to be causing a slight slowing of the Earth's rotation in another illustration of the far-reaching impact of global climate change, scientists say.
Scientists say Mars is currently losing about one-quarter pound of atoms in its atmosphere to space every second.
Climate change is speeding up the melting of the great sheet of ice covering Greenland, a frozen mass the size of Alaska that holds an estimated 10 percent of the world’s ice and scientists are sure of it, reports news and lifestyle magazine TakePart.