Learn how a fossilized skull traces the roots of the deep sea ghost shark.
Urbanization has a very significant effect on evolution, leading to change in functioning ecosystems.
A loyal canine risks his life in an attempt to save the life of another canine. (Don't worry, this story has a happy ending.)
SpaceX has finally figured out the reason for the infamous explosion - and now they're ready for takeoff once again.
Hundreds of tiny quakes struck California to ring in 2017. Here's why there's little need to worry of a big one coming.
The long incubation period of dinosaurs could be part of the reason these species could not compete with more prolific animals millions of years ago.
In China's largest raid of animal parts yet, tons and tons of the world's most hunted mammal were recovered.
Does bat chatter actually mean something? A new study reveal their noises can range from buzz for food to mating.
Newly discovered properties of the star Proxima Centauri supports the theory that life could thrive in its orbiting exoplanet.
Diamonds come into play to create ultra-thin electrical wires.
There could be endless of other life forms in the infinite worlds out in space. Scientists figure it's time to say hello.
Engineers from The Ohio State University have found a way to convert heat into electricity by applying their technique to capture "waste heat," the byproduct of electrical and mechanical devices like car engines.
The saying all is fair in love and war may not necessarily apply in the case of the Arctic char. A cold-water fish that populates alpine lakes, the Arctic char's sperm swims at different speeds in different fluids. Sperm speed is determined by whether the fish is submissive or dominant.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have discovered that the Paris Agreement's global warming target of 1.5 degrees Celsius would be the answer to increasing potential fish catch by six million metric tons each year.
The California Academy of Sciences has described 133 new plant and animal species, including one bee fly, 43 ants, 36 beetles, one sand wasp, four spiders, six plants, 23 fishes, one eel, one shark, seven nudibranchs, five fossil urchins (and one fossil sand dollar), one coral, one skate, and one African lizard. Over a dozen Academy scientists and international collaborators collaborated on the endeavor that would aid the environmental community's conservation efforts.