For the first time, scientists have seen the brain activity of a living fish watching its prey.
Scientists have described 24 new insect species belonging to the Quichuana genus.
There has been a significant decline in the population of the U.K.'s larger moths during the past 40 years, according to a new report.
Cancer cells need food to survive and grow. They're very good at getting it, too, even when nutrients are scarce.
A new study finds that humans were solely responsible for the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger.
The discovery of ancient tapeworm eggs in 270-million-year-old fossilized shark feces suggests that intestinal parasites are older than previously thought.
A new study finds that male savannah sparrows are changing the tune of their songs partly to attract females.
A new study finds that many Caribbean coral reefs have either stopped growing or are on the threshold of starting to erode.
A new study finds that young baboons are more successful when they spend more time with their father.
The sale of five invasive aquatic plant species in the U.K. will be banned from sale, in order to protect wildlife.
Trying to find just the right balance of time spent in meetings and time performing tasks is a tough problem for managers, but a Wayne State University researcher believes the behavior of ants may provide a useful lesson on how to do it.
Skeletal remains of a marine creature, discovered more than a century ago, have now been identified as a new species of prehistoric marine super-predator.
Scientists at Senckenberg research institutes discovered almost 500 new species in the last two years.
A new study suggests that the biggest dinosaurs had relatively smaller brains.
Most patients with an inherited heart condition known as arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C) don't know they have a problem until they're in their early 20s.