Ancient Fish-Lizard Skeleton Found Uncovered Beneath Melting Glaciers (Representational Image)

Ancient Fish-Lizard Skeleton Uncovered Beneath Melting Glaciers

Scientists have recently uncovered nearly full skeletons of ancient marine reptiles from a melting glacier in Southern Chile. 46 specimens were collected from four varied species of ichthyosaurs. Ichthyosaurs are creatures, which are also called "fish lizards" in Greek. May 30, 2014
New Pain-free Tooth Decay Treatment to Replace Conventional Dental Drills (Representational Image)

Laser Therapy Could Replace Dentists' Root Canal Drills

Now there is a relief for the people with tooth problem. Soon doctors to switch from root canal drill procedures to painless laser treatment. Researchers at Harvard University have found that if the cells on the inner side of the tooth are exposed to weak laser light, it can help trigger the growth of dentin. May 30, 2014
Ancient Birds Lacked in Diversity, Finds Researchers (Wikimedia Commons/markaharper1)

Ancient Birds Lacked in Diversity, Find Researchers

Birds are found in many varieties, some are tiny but speedy like hummingbirds while some are huge but flightless like ostrich. But according to a new study, prehistoric fossil birds were found to lack diversity. May 30, 2014
Astronauts Mark Kelly (right), STS-124 commander, and Scott Kelly are pictured in the check-out facility at Ellington Field near NASA's Johnson Space Center as the STS-124 crewmembers prepare for a flight to Kennedy Space Center in NASA T-38 trainer jets.

Identical Twin NASA Astronauts to Conduct Brave Space Science Research

Identical twins, Scott and Mark Kelly, who are also NASA astronauts, will be participating in a brave new experiment of the space agency. The news was announced on Wednesday 29 May 2014, which will involve one of them to spend a year on space investigating while the other will remain back on Earth. May 30, 2014