Bones from a newly discovered species of reptile that lived 212 million years ago were found in modern day New Mexico.
College students experiencing homesickness benefited from spending time cuddling dogs, this recent study tackles negative emotions with pets instead of drugs.
Global wilderness areas have declined at an alarming rate — one tenth of the total area has vanished since the 1990s.
Drinking in college is customary, but a certain segment of students are at higher risk for binge-drinking and the dangerous behaviors it invokes.
The ranks of gluten-free practitioners are swelling, despite the fact that there has not been an uptick in celiac diagnoses.
Climate change is causing Whooping cranes to change their migration patterns, and it’s the older cranes that are blazing new trails.
Blue coral snakes found to have unique venom, leading to excitement in the medical community about potential anti venom and pharmaceutical discoveries.
Recent headlines proclaim huge tech break-throughs related to carbon nanotubes, but what are they and why do they matter?
1 in 3 children in the UK are already overweight by the time they leave elementary school, a condition that may affect the rest of their lives.
Commercial seaweed has been portrayed as a one-off solution for green living, but as the industry becomes a behemoth, concerns have arisen about its true environmental impact.
Air pollution on London’s roadways is experiencing a drop in total measurement. Further steps can be taken to continue eliminate this problem.
Drought-stricken crops won’t be saved by water storage alone as a new study finds that dry air actively pulls moisture from plants.
Researchers from China and Taiwan recently developed a new type of LED that is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than currently used LEDs.
Saline levels in the Southern Ocean are dropping, but scientists finally think they know why.