Massive galaxies began producing large numbers of stars far earlier than previously thought, which could change our understanding of how the universe formed, according to a new study.
By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) – Scientists have worked out how a deadly new virus which was unknown in humans until last year is able to infect human cells and cause severe, potentially fatal damage to the lungs. In one of the first detailed studies…
Predicting flooding from tsunamis saves lives. After the Tohoku earthquake two years ago, alerts issued in advance of the monster waves saved thousands of people in Japan and other countries circling the Pacific Ocean.
Some children living in the U.S. Southeast have a rare meat allergy linked to tick bites, according to a new study.