With our daily lives getting busier day by day, it's hard to actually devote time to getting some sleep. For some people, 24 hours in a day seem insufficient to finish all their tasks and napping might be considered a waste of time.
A recent discovery by scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) found traces of iron isotopes in samples from the moon, similar to those found on our ocean floor, leading them to believe that it came from the same supernova explosion.
Time to get your green thumbs out: Schoolchildren from the United Kingdom will be receiving space seeds in the coming weeks to participate in a study on plant growth outside our Earth.
More moose are loose and on the move as they invade previously uninhabitable areas of the Alaskan tundra, according to a new study that revealed how global warming continues to change our ecosystem.
An orphaned Sunda pangolin in Singapore has proven to be quite the fighter after it was found weakly wandering alone this February on a road in the city-state.
There are currently 4,898 species listed as critically endangered. This means that they still exist in the wild but are at high risk of extinction because of their declining numbers.
Environmentalists are not all seriousness and grassroots advocacy work. From time to time, they have to relax, unwind and get themselves a good film to unreel. So, for the environmentalist in you, here are some films to watch and spoil yourself with. Enjoy!
If you like looking at adorable penguin photos on the Internet, you may finally be doing it for a good cause.
It pays to clean one's basement once in a while. A 1917 astronomical glass plate was unearthed from the collections of Carnegie Observatories in Pasadena, California revealed the first-ever evidence of exoplanetary system.
If you ever wanted to experience swimming with "Godzilla," this stunning video might give you a hint.
With social media, it's no surprise that scientists have taken some time off their laboratories and research papers and work on their virtual presence. While the Kardashians may simply be famous for being... well, famous, these science stars have their studies and insights to help boost their growing following online.
Super-Earths may want to back off a bit. A new study revealed a new class of planets outside our own solar system with atmospheres stripped away by their host stars.
Human beings are not only the casualties of war in the long drawn-out civil war in Congo. The unrest has also adversely impacted the population of the world's largest ape, the Grauer's gorilla, pushing them to the brink of distinction.
BB-8, the BB unit astromech droid from "Star Wars," has been in some adventures lately, including visits to Disneyland and the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. His latest mission, however, was a visit to the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.