A new study from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) may have cracked the elusive paradox involving the potent greenhouse gas methane that baffled many marine chemists for so long.
Scientists say climate change is responsible for the recent destruction of kelp forests off the southwestern coast of Australia.
A large chunk of the tiger population dies every year and countries aren't slowing the slaughter down.
A farm in South Australia is the first to utilize a combination of solar power and seawater to produce food in the middle of the desert, completely independent of non-renewable resources.
Pigs are much more like humans than you think.
Researchers have found three new species of miniature salamanders from the mountain forests of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Good news! A team of scientists has developed a potential antibiotic, Ceftriaxone, could be the solution to treating Alzheimers.
Researchers at The Rockefeller University have identified two new promising antibiotics produced by bacteria residing inside the human body.
In a research recently published in Royal Society Open Science, researchers from the Spanish Institute of Oceanography have discovered that the way deal with stress is determined by their personality.
A New York-based company is now manufacturing furniture out of fungi.
A new study revealed that people who are smoking marijuana are more likely to experience an uncommon heart muscle malfunction that can mimic the symptoms of a heart attack.
A new study has made waves in the scientific community by documenting the ability of researchers to gather bear DNA from residual saliva left on salmon carcasses, providing wildlife biologists with a new database. Published in the journal PLOS ONE, the scientists believe their study can provide a significant boost to research on the population and health of brown bears.
Researchers from the University of California, Davis have discovered that an olfactory cue catches the attention of the birds and convinces them that marine plastic is food. In a recently published study in the journal Science Advances, the reason behind ocean-faring birds ingesting large amounts of plastic has been revealed: marine plastic debris emits the scent of a sulfurous compound that some seabirds have relied upon for thousands of years to tell them where to find food.
A company ventures into the unthinkable. Humai dwells into discussions about the afterlife and plans to "resurrect" the dead via artificial intelligence (AI).
The Brazilian free-tailed bird (Tadarida brasiliensis) weighs just 11 grams and doesn't look to be the fastest animal in the world. However, this tiny-winged mammal can hit speeds of more than 100 miles (160 km) per hour.