Asian Carp May Pose a Bigger Threat than Previously Thought
A new study warns that Asian carp may actually be able to breed in more places than previously thought possible.
Cuckolded Males in Many Species Provide Paternal Care
Researchers have found that when the conditions are right, cuckolded males in many species actually stick around to provide paternal care.
Obama Administration Releases Plan to Help Animals Adapt to Climate Change
The Obama Administration released Tuesday the first nationwide strategy designed to help all levels of government safeguard animals and plants against climate change.
Shorter Shifts for Doctors Doesn't Equate to Improved Patient Care
A new study shows that doctors-in-training performed worse when their shifts were limited to 16 hours versus the current 30-hour week limitation.
Loss of Arctic Ice May Drive Extreme Weather
As the Arctic continues to melt, weather may get more extreme for those living in the northern mid-latitudes.
Sea Shepherd Activists Speak Out Against Branding of Sea Lions
Sea Shepherd activists speak out against the branding of sea lions.
Harry Potter Cloak One Step Closer to Reality, Thanks to Texas Researchers
Scientists have successfully designed a device to hide microwaves, and believe they are one stop closer to cloaking objects from visible light.
Christmas Island Hosts 18-day Crab Migration
Millions of crabs make their way from the island's forest floor to the seas in this massive migration.
Go Green: Scientists are One Step Closer to Developing Bacteria-powered Batteries
A new study released sheds more light on how bacteria transfer electricity into metals and minerals.
James Cameron Donates Deepsea Challenger Sub to Science
A year after his solo dive into the bottom of the Mariana Trench, James Cameron has decided to donate his submarine to science.
Scientists Announce Sequencing of the Aye-Aye Lemur's Genome
Scientists at Penn State have completed sequencing the aye-aye lemur's genome.
Scientists Believe They Are Closer to Measuring Antimatter's Precise Magnetic Charge
A team of scientists believe they have discovered the most precise measurement of the magnetic charge of matter and anti-matter particles yet.
Scientists Sterilize One of the World's Most Endangered Animals
After two emergency Ceasarian sections, scientists decided to go ahead and castrate one of the few remaining Iberian lynx's in the world.
New Studies Suggest the Speed of Light is Variable
Two studies that are going to appear in the European Physical Journal D suggest that the speed of light is not the constant we always thought it was.