Archaeologists are rejoicing as they have recently unearthed parts of a statue believed to be of Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt/
A new study from Duke University has managed to convert carbon dioxide into fuel by using nanoparticles and light.
Wild boars now roam the streets of deserted towns, making it difficult for people to come home after the Fukushima nuclear accident.
Often barren and dry, the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in southeastern California has transformed into a spectacular field of wildflowers. Their lives may be fleeting, but the bloom is stunning while it lasts.
Warmer ocean temperatures this year could cause another mass bleaching event at Great Barrier Reef.
Potatoes may actually be the first kind of food to be grown on Mars, according to a recent study by a NASA scientist.
Good dietary choices could help mitigate the harmful effects of climate change by reducing the amount of greenhouse gas emissions.
According to the Facebook post of Parks Victoria, the color is a result of a natural phenomenon wherein there is a very high salt levels, high temperatures, sunlight and lack of rainfall at the same time.
A global electric vehicle revolution is set to conquer the world stage. Next stop? Norway.
Recent expeditions offer explanations for the lost city and the people who abandoned it centuries ago.
Fault system that runs along San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles County could be overdue for a major earthquake with up to magnitude 7.3.
NOAA's new instrument aboard the GOES-16 satellite is capable of capturing lightning. This will help forecasters detect and predict weather conditions.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
United States President Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order to dismantle the clean water rule, also known as the Waters of the United States.
There may be a need to study the center of the Earth to settle once and for all if the Earth's core is 100 degrees hotter than previously thought. A recent study suggests that the mantle is indeed hotter and it may greatly affect Earth sciences.