Scientists have known for decades that individual shark species are declining, but a new study drawing on 57 global datasets underscores just how dramatically worldwide populations have collapsed in the past half-century.
The first private crew to the International Space Station has been announced. Each of the three crew members would be paying $55 million for the space trip. They will stay at the station for eight days.
Conducted by the University of Leeds, a new study found that Earth lost 28 trillion tonnes of ice between 1994 and 2017. The study goes on to assert that the rate at which ice is disappearing from across the planet, is gaining pace.
The study, published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal, found that exposure to PM 2.5 particles led to an estimated 349,681 pregnancy losses per year in South Asia.
A rock sample from the Moon taken by NASA in 1972 adorns US President Joe Biden's Oval Office.
Researchers from Ruhr University Bochum in Germany have enabled mice paralysed after spinal cord injuries to walk again. The paralysed rodents that received the treatment started walking after two to three weeks, a researcher said.
Researchers at Singapore university have created an ultra-light aerogel which can pull clean water from air without using an external power source.
What if a single piece of Cheetos puff floating in the air collides into the International Space Station (ISS)? Will the space centre survive the hit or will it be destroyed? This was a question posed by a 7-year-old, which has got many on Reddit talking and even aerospace engineers discussing the possibilities.
Researchers found that Titan’s largest sea is not only 1000-ft deep near its centre but also nearly the size of all five Great Lakes combined.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) is investigating a distant galaxy that erupts once roughly every 114 days and has been spotted 570 million light-years away.
Astrophysicists say 468 stars found in the stellar stream Theia 456 in our Milky Way galaxy were born at the same time, about 100 million years ago and are now moving together in the same direction.
Researchers have claimed they have detected a resonant "hum" produced by the gravitational waves in the Universe which can be imagined as a gravitational wave background of the Universe.