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.
Strange, but true: the Polynesians, Europeans and Chinese all love black pigs. But why? And could humans’ unusual interest in the dark-skinned breed of pigs play a part in their proliferation?
Scientists at Oxford University said that “time markers” in trees that grew during intense radiation bursts could help date events across the ancient world.
A recent study shows that friends are better than morphine, as having a large social circle means having a higher tolerance for pain.
If you like looking at adorable penguin photos on the Internet, you may finally be doing it for a good cause.
A recent study by the University of Oxford looked at these seabirds, which sometimes dive deep into waves to grab the same fish dolphins are seeking. Numbering at about 340,000-410,000 pairs worldwide, they're considered a conservation priority.
A study on a breed of farmbirds known as Plymouth Rock chickens suggests evolutionary differences can be observed on a much shorter time scale than previously thought.