Scientists seeking a cure for AIDS said they had found important clues about how HIV manages to skirt detection after being suppressed by drugs.
Children who have access to tablets or smartphones in their bedrooms get less sleep than children who do not have the devices with them at night.
US scientists encouraged 20 obese people to eat extra fast food for several months, and found that about a quarter stayed in good health.
Japan's top research institute hammered the final nail in the coffin of what was once billed as a ground-breaking stem cell study.
Dutch scientists are recreating the deaths of some of the world's most famous personalities by reconstructing their last moments using scents and sounds.
British scientists said they had discovered 12 genes linked to developmental disorders in children that can cause heart defects, seizures and intellectual disability.
Birds appear to be able to sense a coming storm and fly away before it hits, according to research out on golden-winged warblers in the United States.
Students from Almaty have assembled a robot that can identify sources of radiation and harmful gases.
Obesity and extreme obesity can reduce life expectancy by up to eight years and deprive people of as much as 19 years of good health.
E-cigarettes contain up to 10 times the amount of cancer-causing agents as regular tobacco, Japanese scientists said.
A student from Kazakhstan has been awarded a silver medal in Brazil for his study of Mercedes-Benz trademark.
Google search guru Amit Singhal believes the search-engine of the future will be "a perfect personal assistant" -- knowing what you want, when you want it.
Italian physicist Fabiola Gianotti was chosen to lead the Cern particle physics research centre, the first woman to head up the globally renowned laboratory.
Is a violent criminal born that way, or shaped by childhood experiences and circumstances?
A new Australian study has added scholarly credibility to the adage, finding that US musicians die up to 25 years earlier than the general population.
Australian government plans to protect the Great Barrier Reef are inadequate, short-sighted and will not prevent its decline.
"Sexting," or sending sexually explicit images by phone, remains prevalent among US teenagers despite the well-known risks and consequences.
British-American researcher John O'Keefe won the Nobel Medicine Prize with May-Britt and Edvard Moser, for discovering an "inner GPS" that helps the brain navigate.
Facebook tightened the reins on its research methods in the wake of an outcry by members who felt manipulated by a secret study into how posts affect moods.
The UNICEF research of suicide among teens in Kazakhstan refutes negative effect of the Unified National Testing.