Thanksgiving is soon approaching, but have you ever wondered when turkeys were first domesticated? Archaeologists from the Field Museum have discovered the first evidence of domestication as offerings 1,500 years ago.
Cameras on the International Space Station (ISS) has allegedly caught a fast-moving object that could be a UFO. A YouTube user, ColdPryo, said that NASA shut down the live transmission after the alleged UFO appeared.
A new study from the University Oregon reveals that soil on Earth is older than scientists previously thought. In fact, it existed long before trees or lichens evolved on the planet, and is even similar to the soil that NASA's Curiosity rover found on Mars.
A team of researchers led by the Northern Arizona University has finally identified a secret biological weapon during the Soviet Era. The said weapon caused the widespread anthrax outbreak in the city of Yekaterinburg in Russia in 1979.
A team of scientists from the University of Illinois has devised a revolutionary way of boosting crop yield of tobacco plants by 20 percent by adjusting their genetic makeup.
A team of scientists has discovered a way on how to store carbon dioxide (CO2) into rocks, converting it into stable carbonate minerals. This new technology opens up a possible solution for lessening carbon emissions, making the Paris Climate Agreement target more achievable.
On Nov. 18, 47 of the world's poorest countries, have pledged to use 100 percent renewable energy. The pledge was made during the last day of the Marrakech climate conference. However, with the recent victory of Donald Trump in the US presidency, the tides might change.
Humans only have a thousand years to find a new home, said Stephen Hawking during a speech at the Oxford University Union. According to the famous physicist, it will be very unlikely for humans to survive in the next millennium, and in order to survive, humans have to find another home.
As winter comes, Earth's climate is getting weirder reports show that North Pole's temperature is getting hotter by a dramatic 36 degrees while Siberia gets extremely cold weather -- all because of climate change.
In 2011, ecologist Mark Browne discovered that microplastics from the fibers of our clothes are flown unknowingly to oceans, killing and polluting ecosystems. Now, Patagonia, one of the biggest synthetic clothes producers, admits that there's indeed a problem.
A new kitchen appliance called the Zera Food Recycler promises to turn food scraps into fertilizer in just 24 hours, eliminating the need for composting, worm bins and landfills.
The USS Sampson, a US warship, diverted in a small coastal town in New Zealand on Wednesday to help in the evacuation of tourists and local residents from the 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
The new US President-elect Donald Trump planning on quitting from the Paris Climate agreement, and it seems that he's keen on finding the quickest way to do it. However, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hopes that Trump will soon understand the gravity of climate change.
A team of researchers from the University Medical Center Utreacht has devised a way for locked-in ALS patients to communicate with other people. The technology uses a brain implant, which enables the patient to control a computer with his or her mind.