Formation history of Comet 67P may expand soon, with the recent finding of large expanses of water ice there.
After more than 1,000 sea turtles were cold-stunned off North Carolina in recent weeks, some of them are recovering at aquariums in the Carolinas, including Ripley's in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
A few days ago, a 7.1 earthquake hit Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, destroying four houses and being felt along the state's southcentral areas. We also go into the state's rich seismic history.
A rare Guadalupe fur seal, part of a species currently breeding on only one island in the world, was recently found far north of its Mexican range in Canada.
Apparently lions and hyenas on African savannahs are not at all fazed by zebra stripes, according to a new study from UC Davis and the University of Calgary, in Canada.
The Namib Desert Beetle, a hot-place dwelling insect that collects and directs water on its shell, was the inspiration for new technology from Virginia Tech that may be helpful in frost prevention on surfaces.
Range anxiety for electric cars in cold weather could be considerably decreased, say researchers at Penn State, by a new battery they've developed from low-cost materials that reheats at temperatures below 32 Fahrenheit.
If you're the only one in the household without a stomach bug, feel lucky and a little guilty.It may come down to your genes, says a new study.
After noticing "very large" worm burrows on one Scottish island in 2005, a researcher began investigating. The earthworms turned out to be the largest in the United Kingdom, and pretty large world-wide, too.
Not only is it best not to eat snow in urban areas, but the white stuff is acting as a pollution sink, says a new study. It absorbs toxins and carcinogens, and the interaction of freezing temperatures with the toxins may be creating an extra hazard.
In an official Florida hunt of the invasive Burmese Python, hunters have brought in 17 snakes. The snakes are known to grow to 16 to 23 feet and live for 25 years. They also sometimes consume alligators.
New learnings about how humans recall and recognize faces may show more about why some people can't recall faces after all.
Chimpanzees at Tanzania's Gombe National Park had a far richer diversity of gut bacteria, and therefore more ability to fight disease, when they were more gregarious.
While sea turtles get cold-stranded each year on North Carolina beaches, the number suffering from that particular delay this year was higher than usual. Scientists tag-team transported the turtles across several states to get them into warmer waters.