A supermassive black hole is screaming through space at a speed of 2,000 miles per second (mph) and it will likely never stop, a team of American astronomers estimated.
According to astronomers, including one from CU Boulder, millions of years ago, the black hole B3 1715+425 had been comfortably gulping down stars and deadly x-rays at the center of a distant galaxy.
The Washington Department of Health has confirmed that the 6-year-old Bellingham boy with mystery paralysis who was recently admitted to Seattle Children's Hospital has died.
The kid, identified as Daniel Ramirez, was hospitalized on 15th of October after he developed symptoms like drooling, slurred speech, pain in one of his legs and incontinence.
By genetically sequencing samples from individuals infected with HIIV/AIDS near the beginning, a team of scientists have finally figured out when and where the deadly virus first arrived in the United States.
In the process, the University of Arizona researchers, however, exonerated the person who allegedly triggered the demoralizing epidemic in North America.
Experimental Ebola drug ZMapp might not be as efficient in saving lives of Ebol patients as many believe, a new study cautioned.
ZMapp was one of the most sought-after and promising treatments for treating Ebola during the 2014 outbreak. But, results of the new study suggested that the drug might not be very helpful in treating the deadly illness.