So far we humans have done such a sweeping job of causing other species to vanish
As a people we need to recognize the place of science in our society embattled by strife, bigotry, conflict, and inequality
Although no trace of the Malaysia Airlines plane was found, large volumes of data showing a detailed picture of the sea floor had to be collected to guide the probe
Dogs that are extra friendly share certain genetic similarities with people who are born with a developmental disorder
The report in the journal Science aims to lay to rest the controversy over whether our solar system's star is cyclic, like other nearby, solar-type stars
An unmanned NASA spacecraft is about to fly over a massive storm raging on Jupiter, in a long-awaited journey that could shed new light on the forces driving the planet's Great Red Spot
'We need [imagination] for disaster preparedness,' Science Undersecretary Renato Solidum Jr says at the Agos Summit
Professor Didith Rodrigo approaches her task in part by showing that science is not all in the lab
Coco Alcuaz finds out the big idea behind Professor Didith Rodrigo's children's books written for young girls
Why have we as humans fallen for these creams, waxes, gels, sprays and paint-ons?
How much of our encounters with others define who we are and who we become?
The authors call on leaders set to gather at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7-8 to highlight 2020 as a make-or-break point for taking action
The 10 new Earth-size planets bring the total to 50 that exist in habitable zones around the galaxy
Entangled particles hold the promise of creating a communications system that can send secure messages without cables, signals or code
What inhabits dancers in a deep, permanent way that is not present in non-dancers?
What is it about our deep inner wiring that makes us capable of destroying others?
Astronomers have now glimpsed for the first time a distant star's light bending and revealing its mass when an object passes in front of it, known as 'gravitational microlensing'
A groundbreaking fossil discovery in Morocco obliterates two decades of scientific consensus that our forefathers emerged in East Africa about 200,000 years ago
What science says about love in times like these
The Parker Solar Probe will become the first to fly directly into the sun's atmosphere, known as the corona
Local governments are 'encouraged' to pass their own local ordinances that will implement Executive Order 26 and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
Such a temperature spike can have dire consequences for the health of city-dwellers and put pressure on already strained natural resources
Here's a short 'wishlist' from the Pinoy scientists themselves
Science goes a step further to confirm what having good memories could do for you
The numerous ways we are touched – and how it affects our well-being
The arrest of Kim Hak-Song means Pyongyang now is holding 4 American citizens
University of the Philippines Diliman chancellor Michael Tan says there have been 6 'executions' attributed to vigilantes in the Diliman area since the Duterte administration waged its drug war
Cities must make haste in reinforcing defenses against climate change-induced flooding and heat waves, experts warn this week
'This work represents an enormous scientific breakthrough,' says Antonio Rosas, scientist at Spain's Natural Science Museum in Madrid
When you experience emotional pain, you actually feel sick. Here are 5 reasons why.
While locals in Sultan Kudarat, Philippines have known the giant shipworm for quite a while, the scientific world is yet to understand it
Kim Sang-Duk, or Tony Kim, was arrested at the capital's airport Saturday as he was about to leave after teaching at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) for several weeks, the school says
(UPDATED) The March for Science demonstrations have been organized in response to what is seen as mounting political pressure on facts-based evidence
So what does science say about your sociability through Facebook use and your well-being?
The giant shipworm, Kuphus polythalamia, a rare, giant, worm-like clam, is finally discovered in a shallow bay in Mindanao by a team of scientists from the US and the Philippines
Our mind wanders and this is what keeps us sane, and ironically, what keeps us focused
Why do shoelaces come undone when we move? Scientists find out
A Tokyo-based engineer believes that his bladeless wind turbine can not only stand up to the raw force of these destructive storms, but also harness that power to generate electricity
The remarkable advance hinges on a prosthesis which circumvents rather than repairs his spinal injury, using wires, electrodes as well as computer software to reconnect the severed link between his brain and muscles
The Renewable Portfolio Standard can address the administration's least cost energy goals while encouraging renewable energy generation
Advocacy group BAN Toxics calls on the education department to 'immediately implement a ban on the use and storage of mercury in schools'