Even though blood cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK, it does not get detected easily due to its vague symptoms.
The Bornean orangutan, which is one of man's closest living relatives, is under threat from deforestation and poaching.
Microscopic materials created on atomic scale being used in increasing number of manufacturing processes.
A group of golfers came across an alligator fighting off a Burmese Python on a popular golf course in Florida. The incident lasted for 4 hours and led the way to some photo ops.
The giant fatberg statue installed by Thriva in London is a reminder of our post-Christmas bad health.
Between 1545 and 1550, 80% of the Aztec population of what is now Mexico and Guatemala died from an outbreak called cocoliztli. Scientists think they found the disease responsible.
When discussing public issues, Americans are significantly less reliant on facts than they were two decades ago, the report suggests.
After looking at the neural activity of creative thinkers, researchers noted a common pattern – a connection between 3 crucial parts of the brain.
Common belief that killer plague was spread mainly by parasites on rats undermined by research that points blame at human fleas and lice.
Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary assisted in freeing the whale, which had become trapped off Makena Beach, Maui.
A study published in the Medical Journal of Australia states that women forgo grey matter in the brain for more important tasks such as child rearing.
Gamma ray bursts are very challenging to study as they originate in far flung galaxies and last for short periods of time.
The laser beams, emitted for a few minutes, would be enough to zap the junk into smaller, less harmful pieces.
China claims that the space station will crash in a deep-sea area in the South Pacific known as the "spacecraft cemetery".
Electricity that will power 2,000 homes will be generated by solar panels just a stone's throw away from the original nuclear plant.