Millions of tonnes of ash spewed into atmosphere can severely reduce Earth's temperatures.
A patient in Sweden had a piece of bone accidentally removed from the wrong leg, only for the doctor to then alter patient records to make it appear as if everything went to plan.
Researchers say that Caesar's campaign had more impact on Britain's history than was previously thought.
Scientists have identified 112 "robust source reefs" that could repopulate and even repair the damage that the Great Barrier Reef has suffered.
It was previously thought that the ancient cities were built on the banks of the Sutlej River, the disappearance of which was claimed to be responsible the end of the civilisation.
Scientists reportedly ran tests on the remains of a limestone cave in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, dating it to around 345 CE.
The rover will use new science instruments to hunt signs of ancient microbial life on the Martian surface.
Soaring number of cases baffles doctors with no clue on why numbers are rising.
Dr Ricardo Jaña, glaciologist at the Chilean Antarctic Institute, said the iceberg could "become a threat" when it disintegrates into smaller pieces.
Extremely turbulent environments and intense radiation from black holes are capable of ripping apart young stars, but these neighbours exist.
Science can be a useful tool when exploring the legends of mythical creatures, according to researchers.
New insights have allowed researchers to create the most accurate depiction of any dinosaur to date.
Restoration expert Eudald Guillamet found the animal artwork while cleaning the cave to remove graffiti.
Far more BAME children would access help if it was anonymous instead of approaching traditional places like the NHS. Why is this?
While glitter may seem harmless, it can be washed into the seas causing damage to the marine environment.