With just six months of training, a pair of German Shepherds became 100-percent accurate as breast cancer spotters in an unusual but promising diagnostic trial.
The paper, published in the journal Science, was authored by the same team that led a controversial study that said random DNA mutations are often to blame for cancer.
A dinosaur's evolutionary history was long thought to be determined by the shape of its pelvis, but scientists behind a new study say that it "overturns 130 years of dogma."
Doctors Without Borders is launching a VR film that it hopes will sensitize soldiers and government officials to attacks on its hospitals.
According to the text — adopted by a rare unanimous vote in the US Senate and House of Representatives — NASA will work toward the goal of "a crewed mission to Mars in the 2030s."
Donkey-hide gelatin has no commercial value in Africa, but is highly sought after in China as an ingredient for traditional medicine to treat health problems such as anaemia.
Intel's $15 billion purchase of Israeli firm Mobileye was the biggest ever in the country's tech sector — and could boost trade in Israeli cars.