Scientists Who Discovered Hepatitis C Virus, Awarded With Nobel Prize for Medicine
Two American scientists and one British scientist was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine for their discovery of the Hepatitis C. The disease is said to have killed just as much, or even more, than the coronavirus pandemic.
Egyptian Archeologists Unearth 59 Coffins Buried for Over 2,500 Years
After being buried for two and a half millennia, dozens of coffins containing mummified corpses were found by Egyptian archeologists. The coffins will then be taken to the Grand Egyptian Museum in the Giza Plateau.
Killer Whales Attacking Boats Off the Spanish Coast Explained By Scientists
Killer whales don’t usually bother with human's craft but they have been attacking boats recently. Let's find out why these mammals are behaving this way.
First Photograph of Black Hole Bolsters Enstein's Theory of Relavity
The first photo of a black hole has unveiled support for Albert Einstein's theory of relativity. Now, the theory is much harder to beat.
Space Telescope Hubble Captures Death of Exploding Star
Hubble has captured one if the primal events of creation- an exploding star caught on literal tape. The death and birth of stars takes billions of years in the making.
ISS to Get Million-Dollar Space Toilet Upgrade After Decades
A new space potty is heading to outer space. In order to accommodate the growing crew of the ISS, and also designed to be more suited for women, a $23-million toilet is set to be launched to the ISS.
Blue Whales Singing Unique Patterns Signals Migration
Researchers have found that blue whales switch from nighttime to daytime singing prior to migration. The blue whale is the largest and biggest whale on Earth.
People With Neanderthal Genes Gives Them Three Times More Severe COVID-19
Ancient genes from Neanderthal people may cause death and severe conditions for COVID-19 intubated patients. Despite the hypothesis, there is no concrete proof yet that this is true
Possible Martian Life? Mars Has Salty Ponds Next to Underground Lake
Scientists are excited about their new discovery as the salty ponds may suggest that there is extraterrestrial activity on the red plant. The experts are now trying to get additional data to prove life on Mars.
Before Oxygen, Arsenic Might Have Supported Ancient Microbial Life Based on New Study
There was a time when life on Earth lacked the chemicals and elements mostly associated with complex to the simple life forms of today. But did you know that before the formation of oxygen, arsenic might be key to the survival of microbe?
Drug Companies May Kill 500,000 Sharks, Use Livers to Create COVID-19 Vaccine
The discovery of squalene as a component to kill the COVID-19 virus will lead to the possibility of wholesale killing of sharks for their livers. Pharmas will not care as long as they have profit.
Scientist Predict That Booster Rocket Might Become Permanent Mini Moon
A mini moon or space junk might be placed in the Earth’s orbit soon. Man’s activities in space has cause space junk to become plentiful up there, even our space junk can become a monument to human littering in space.
Experts Discover Marine Protists That May Be Dubbed as 'Virus-Eaters'
Choanozoan and picozoan marine protists are said to be potential virus eaters. No other organisms are known to use them as food.
Oldest Animal on Earth: 91-Million Years Old Shark Fossil Linked to the Great White Shark Discovered
Sharks are the oldest animals on the planet and they outlived the dinosaurs. One of these ancient sharks is called Cretodushoughtonorum that has a lot in common with today’s Great White Shark.
Venus Shows Sign of Life, Elements Present on Earth Discovered
A report published claimed that the upper levels of Venus’ atmosphere consist of a molecule that is a potential sign of life. The molecule is present in Earth's atmosphere.