The elephant-like mammoth had genetic differences that caused its curly hair, extra weight, and ability to withstand cold.
For infants born pre-term and by cesarean birth, "milking" the umbilical cord increases blood flow and pressure.
Research on why seahorses' square tails give them resilience and flexibility could be used for robotics, bioscience, and other science.
Oregon State University-Cascades will plants its new campus with native bunch grasses, wildflowers, and native bushes from its site.
As climactic conditions adjust in Antarctica's Dry Valley, soil organisms will factor in too, not just geochemical processes beneath the soil, researchers say.
A type of lizard in Australia's Western Queensland changes sex from male to female in temperatures over 90 degrees, helping them to lay more eggs and colonize areas faster, researchers believe.
When moving their wings and turning in mid-air, lovebirds are aeronautically gifted at keeping their sightlines clear.
One of the transponders that a Japanese university released between 2011 and 2013 is sought on Vancouver Island, in western British Columbia.
Coral that was killed during tectonic-plate movement near the Solomon Islands shows earthquake history and helps with some predictions, say researchers.
Using coral genes from the Great Barrier Reef and another reef 300 miles to the south, researchers say that genes can be adjusted for warming temperatures.
The world's largest coral reef and its amazing ecosystem must be monitored, and dumping must stop, says UN, in urgent message to Australia.
The award-winning Newfoundland and Labrador tourism campaign has released a video that edits whale vocalizations to sound like the Canadian national anthem, "O Canada."
Trying to stay ahead of antibiotic-resistance among superbugs, researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed a new technology that targets bacteria.
Cuba today became the first nation to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, WHO confirmed.