Scientists study the endangered species' breath to identify potential diseases affecting the struggling population.
As the Arctic sea ice continues to disappear, Beluga whales are running out of food. Beluga whales are classified as a "near threatened" species by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Multiple cities and even historical monuments have shut their lights in support for Earth Hour 2017. The campaign hopes to boost the support and clamor for the usage of renewable energy to fight climate change.
Instead of looking up, why not fly through the dazzling natural light show?
A gigantic artificial sun will help scientists develop new ways of producing hydrogen fuel.
SolaRoad's solar bike path project is expected to continue its operations until 2018 after success in its few years of trials.
The largest diamond (968.9 carats) in the area was found in 1972 and sold for $2.5 million. Despite the rarity, Momoh surrendered the diamond to President Ernest Bai Koroma as a form of appreciation for all the development projects being implemented by the government in their area.
Global warming played a role in the increasing incidence of type-2 diabetes all around the world.
Experts warn that the Cheerios wildflower initiative might actually do more harm in some areas
Methane analyzers were installed in some Google Street View cars in order to detect invisible sources of methane leaks. The cars drive along urban areas where distribution pipelines are underground.
Scientists uncover evidence of cannibalism in Mesolithic humans.
The world will witness the pink full moon this April. But experts warn that there would be no difference with the appearance of the moon. It is called as such to signify the blooming period of a spring flower called wild ground phlox.
In efforts to clean up the sacred rivers, India has declared Ganges and Yamuna the status of living entities.
Robotics may soon be powered by tree-inspired chips.