Stepping up its rivalry with China, India has invested heavily in its space program in the past decade
Thieves may be imprisoned for up to 2 years and pay a hefty fine of P200,000 under the wildlife resources conservation and protection act
It is the first time a European metropolis has topped the annual chart compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit which identifies the best urban playgrounds to live and work in
(UPDATED) The unmanned Parker Solar Probe aims to get closer than any human-made object in history to the center of our solar system
It turns out that in medicine, one key to new resurrections can be found in jumpstarting faulty, old lives
The next launch window for the Parker Solar Probe opens at 3:31 am (0731 GMT or 3:31 pm Philippine time) on Sunday, August 12
As with all matters environmental, it’s essential that we have the right knowledge to make informed decisions
(UPDATED) The car-sized Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to blast off on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida early Saturday
'We're phasing-out single-use plastic bags so we can better look after our environment and safeguard New Zealand's clean, green reputation,' says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
After the Parker Solar Probe blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on August 11, it will become the first spacecraft ever to fly through the Sun's scorching atmosphere, known as the corona
If polar ice continues to melt, forests are slashed and greenhouse gases rise to new highs – as they currently do each year – the Earth will pass a tipping point
Tianyu Pharm and Rundu Pharma say batches of valsartan, an active ingredient widely used in medications for high blood pressure and congestive heart failure, contained N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), believed to potentially cause cancer through long-term use
There is probably no wall that food cannot melt and break down
French organizers Sun Trip have started such races in 2013 to promote renewable energy
Nine astronauts will be flying from US soil to space for the first time since 2011
Gratitude is one of the healthiest and most nourishing of all states of mind, and those who adopt it as a habit are enriching not only their own lives but also the lives of those around them
I am often asked by friends and colleagues, 'Why don’t astronomers see UFOs?' The fact is that they do.
A study discovers that many of the people buried at the site probably came from as far afield as Wales in western Britain, source of the bluestone used to carve Stonehenge's mysterious and entrancing monuments
The research also finds that – among moderate drinkers – wine consumption correlated with a lower risk of dementia than beer or spirits, such as whiskey, gin or vodka
The Fields medal recognizes the outstanding mathematical achievements of candidates who were under 40 years old at the start of the year.
'The Red Planet and Earth haven't been this close since 2003, and won't be again until 2035,' NASA says.
Residents are urging the La Union provincial government to pass an anti-coal ordinance to stop the construction of a 670-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Luna town
There’s an old myth that one regular year is like 7 years for dogs and cats. There’s a bit of logic behind it.
At the same time, Mars hovered near the Moon in the night sky, easily visible to the naked eye
It looks as though our belief in omega 3 supplements over all these years may have been driven by a few flawed studies and our own bias
The longest total lunar eclipse of the century will be visible in the Philippines, and Mars will be right next to the eclipsing moon, according to NASA
It is not yet known whether the new Bombali species of the virus – which researchers say could be transmitted to humans – can develop into the deadly Ebola disease
Senator Bill Nelson says the White House decision to return to the Moon – a program former president Barack Obama halted in order to focus on reaching Mars – could drag down the whole process
Located under a layer of Martian ice, the lake is about 12 miles (20 kilometers) wide, says the report led by Italian researchers in the US journal Science
Girls and young women make up two-thirds of 15- to 19-year-olds infected with HIV in 2017, according to data revealed at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam
Past 1 am on Saturday, July 28, Filipinos join the rest of the world in watching this rare night sky show – the longest 'blood moon' eclipse this century and the closest approach of Mars to planet Earth
The Global Witness reports that Brazil was the most dangerous country for land activists in 2017 with 57 killed, while the Philippines accounted for 48
The mounting scandal stemming from a sub-standard rabies vaccine raises questions about the safety of China's entire vaccine industry and sends drug company shares tumbling
Humans shake things up – not only when we act. It could start with how we think about something.
The gender differences start early. More teenage females than teenage males abstain from sex.
Like many previous studies, the JAMA Internal Medicine paper found people who drank coffee had a lower risk of dying of any cause – and specifically, of dying from heart disease and cancer – over the course of the study
Tokyo start-up is in the final stages of developing two micro-satellites that will release tiny balls that glow brightly as they enter the atmosphere, simulating a meteor shower
Australian scientists pioneer breakthrough blood test that could help doctors detect the early stages of skin cancer when it is still treatable
The research shows 'changes in the DNA have been seriously underestimated before now,' says Allan Bradley of the Wellcome Sanger Institute, who co-authored a study published in the journal Nature Biotechnology
Got $250,000? Virgin Atlantic, one of the companies paving the way for space tourism, can take you to space for that price
But the World Health Organization stops short of lumping the condition together with addictive behaviors like substance abuse or gambling
Science bears out that success does not lie in passion or interest, but in how you view passion
Thanks to a new study, we are a step closer to long-duration human spaceflight
The independent Government Accountability Office says neither company is expected to be ready to carry out manned flights by November 2019 because of various delays in certifying their programs
A CERN statement says, 'This colour X-ray imaging technique could produce clearer and more accurate pictures and help doctors give their patients more accurate diagnoses'
The structure is believed to date back to around the year 1150
This is the biggest litter born in a Mexico City zoo since a US-Mexican program to boost the population of the species began in the 1980s
If potentially hazardous asteroids are found years or decades before a potential collision, then a spacecraft can be used to nudge the asteroid to change its path so that a collision can be avoided, says astronomer
France Nature Environment, a federation of some 3,500 environmental associations, says the Mourenx site has been emitting 'dangerous material at astronomical levels'