Approximately 8,000 years ago during the Stone Age, ancient Brits imported wheat from Europe long before the development of agriculture, showing that they were more sophisticated in trading than previously thought, according to a new study.
During the 14th century, Europe was ravaged by what is commonly known as the Black death, or bubonic plague, and since then rats have largely been to blame. However, now new research finds that we have been pointing the finger at the wrong rodent.
Neanderthals may have disappeared from Europe earlier than previously thought, according to new research.
If you're a consumer who takes a strong stance against genetically modified (GM) crops, or GMOs, you may want to catch the next plane to Europe. That's because the European Union is only a step away from allowing each of its individual nations to reach their own decisions on what crops and practices to ban, regardless of what the scientific community has to say.
Large carnivores like the gray wolf, brown bear, lynx and wolverine are swiftly gaining ground in Europe, after the densely populated continent hunted and displaced them to near extinction a century ago, a new study says.
Things are going to heat up in Europe by the 2030s according to a new study that says heatwaves will be 10 times as likely with climate change.
Bird populations across Europe are on the decline, and have been for the last 30 years, according to researchers, with the majority of losses coming from the continent's most common species.
A recent study shows for the first time that toxic chemicals pose ecological risks to European waters, as levels are much worse than previously thought.
Spanish and Japanese men and women over the age of one hundred have revealed that the key to longevity, at least in southern Europe, lies in their genes; specifically in a variant on chromosome 9p21.3, according to a recent study.
Latest study on Neanderthals shows that they made the first bone tools in Europe.
Researchers claim people from all corners of the European continent share a common genetic footprint that dates back just a mere thousand years ago.
What has become ubiquitous with age - gray hair - may soon become a thing of the past. Forget about trips to the hair salon, or buying box dye to cover up those roots, a team of European researchers say.
After two emergency Ceasarian sections, scientists decided to go ahead and castrate one of the few remaining Iberian lynx's in the world.
A study shows that traffic pollution may be as effective in promoting childhood asthma as secondhand smoke.