Scientists, for the first time, have successfully grown human cells inside early-stage pig embryos in laboratories. This means that we have created the first pig-human hybrids or interspecies chimeras.
Three Democratic lawmakers based in Massachusetts have proposed a bill that will, if passed, require the state to use 100-percent renewable energy by 2035. It even goes as far as to mention that fossil fuels from the heating and transport sectors would have to be eliminated by that time.
Odds are looking great to people who are focused on learning more about the benefits and intricacies of renewable energy. It appears jobs in renewables is slated to grow by as much as 170-percent or more in terms of hiring in the next decade.
Scientists may have finally brought "nonsensical" quantum physics into the real world for the first time using a new experiment. They have frozen a drum that's large enough be seen by the naked eye close to absolute zero.
Food, especially food shortages, remains a controversial topic in a lot of economic forums. But it appears one of the most important aspects of human ecology is about to take a technological revolution.
Different vertebrate species in the eastern United States have responded to the effects of climate change over the last 500,000 years differently.
US President Donald Trump's administration says it will have an open mind regarding climate change but will still remain skeptic, saying it's a "bunch of bunk."
A group of Chinese scientists is the first to inject an actual human being with cells containing genes edited using the controversial CRISPR method.
Is this real life or a plot for a new adventure movie? Mount Rushmore is easily recognizable throughout the world, but until recently, few people knew about the massive room hidden deep inside the iconic stone image of the four famous American presidents.
Baby lobsters will not survive if waters continue to warm, according to a recent study from the University of Maine Darling Marine Center and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences.
The Paris Agreement on climate change may soon kick into action as China ratifies the pact on Saturday, with the U.S., another super pollutor, to follow suit.
Climate change is sweeping throughout the world, but how prepared is the U.S.? A new study, one of the first ones to systematically assess how the different cities in the country are setting up for the effects of the climate change, evaluates the holes in America's defenses.
China's larger pollutant particles cause their cities to become warmer -- US cities are heating up because of a lack of vegetation.
There's a new hope for climate change in the form of electric vehicles. According to a recent comprehensive study, electric cars could greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions despite their limited driving range.
Leather lovers need to be careful about that new jacket or pair of shoes, because reports say they could easily have been made out of the world's favorite pets. In 2014, an undercover investigator from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) found out that 100 to 200 dogs were killed daily to meet the leather export demands to the U.S.