Young people are much more likely to dream in color, Japanese researchers report - and one reason could be the spread of color television.
As carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases, the soil releases ever more of two other potent greenhouse gases, new research has found.
You may want to get your ruler out at this point. South Korean researchers have discovered that there's a link between finger length and the length of a man's penis.
North Pacific fish are eating tens of thousands of tons of plastic debris, say researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.
Think you're doing the right thing by using biodegradeable products? Think again.
Smile and the world smiles with you - but you might not get your girl. Yup, a team of Canadian scientists has confirmed what everybody knew - that we all tend to fall for the bad boys.
Scientists have applauded a decision by the US Federal Court of Appeals to overturn an August 2010 ban on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.
Despite all the grumbling at the time, European aviation authorities were justified in grounding planes following the eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano last year, new research shows.
Radiation from Japan’s damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant is already reaching the US, and is more difficult to predict than the weather, say University of Maryland atmospheric scientists.
The 'death grip' that interferes with a smartphone's signal is real and widespread, according to scientists at the University of Bristol.
Most illegal file sharers see themselves as the 'Robin Hoods of the digital age', new research shows.
There's no room on the planet to expand fisheries any further, according to a new study that tracks their growth since 1950.
People with higher incomes use the internet far more than those earning less, according to a study from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
New research aiming to incorporate the best data from previous studies indicates that cellphones really do increase the risk of brain cancer. Independent studies follow-up over a long period suggest the risk is doublerd for heavy phone users.
Benign envy sells iPhones, but malicious envy impels people to buy BlackBerries, new research has found.
Mobile operators could make more money by scrapping their download stores and partnering with music streaming providers instead.
The Rebublicans are set to win in the November mid-term elections, if their Facebook and Twitter presence is to be believed.
People are happiest at home, and most miserable at work - that's the conclusion of a new study which tracks people’s emotional behaviour through their mobile phones.
There's an earth-shattering new piece of research that just came out, which is guaranteed to have you looking at that Rubik's Cube on your desk with more determination than ever before.
If something isn't done about a new disease making its way through North America, there will be nothing scary about caverns in the US because bats are dying off by the millions.