Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner and physicist Stephen Hawking have revealed exclusively to MailOnline that they will be listening to signals from ‘Earth 2.0’.
Humans trace ancestry to Africa, world’s first DNA study confirms
The most detailed genetic study of Indigenous Australians confirms the group is the oldest continuous civilisation on the planet.
New evidence of water plumes on Jupiter's moon Europa
More evidence of possible water plumes erupting from the surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europa has been spotted using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, the US space agency said Monday.
Harvest moon eclipse lights up Nigerian skies
It came as a pleasant surprise. Most Nigerians were not expecting it. The relevant agencies and scientific bodies in the country did not predict the occurrence of this phenomenon ...
The “Rumble” in Kaduna!
You’ve no doubt heard about the late Muhammed Ali’s historic “Rumble In The Jungle”—the fight in which he knocked out awesome George Forman, to regain the Heavyweight Championship boxing title.
Petroleum in space? Ain’t that a gas! Part 6
Speaking to NASA’s Patrick Barry, Tramel explained that, while the gas is scarce on Mars, carbon dioxide—which is abundant—could be mixed with hydrogen and heated, to produce methane and water.
Stem cell could be used to repair damaged human organs
Dr. David Ikudayisi is a United States (U.S.) Board Certified Internist with a strong passion for regenerative aesthetic and cosmetic medicine. Ikudayisi was born in Nigeria, where he studied medicine at the University of Ibadan ...
Polar bears losing crucial sea ice
Polar bears are losing life-sustaining sea ice crucial for hunting, resting and breeding in all 19 regions of the Arctic they inhabit, a study warned on Wednesday.
Sexploits of Diego the Tortoise save Galapagos species
He's over 100 years old, but his sex life is the stuff of legend. Diego the Tortoise is quite the ladies' man, and his exploits have helped save his species from extinction.