It’s the first stage in what is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious and cutting-edge scientific ventures in the global fight against malaria.
The video, posted by one of the students of Florida A&M University, went viral on Twitter.
The historic decision finally brings to end a colonial-era ban many have long fought to dismantle and that may herald a change in countries across the world.
To find out how so many people live through being zapped by a bolt of electricity so powerful it can heat the air around it to five times the temperature of the sun, ABC News spoke to two experts.
But behind what appears to be just an eye-catching headline and a poignant story may lie a set of far more consequential questions, the answers to which could upend human society and its relationship to animals.
Sharks have been changing age-old habits to keep up with the rising heat — habits that could have far-reaching consequences on the ecosystem as well as our economy.
In a new tiny house village that’s opened in Seattle, the houses are exclusively for homeless women, and were built mostly by women.