A reputable scientific journal has voluntarily retracted 60 papers linked to a single researcher in Taiwan. SAGE Publishers has released a statement describing a 14-month investigation that was launched prior to the retractions.
The long-dead 25-million year old seabird boasted a wingspan 21 feet wide, with even one of its wings dwarfing a California condor or a royal albatross.
Ferries making their regular trek across the Puget Sound will now be also helping scientists better understand water flow and changes in tides and currents.
Many Americans still do not think of "climate change" and "global warning" as synonymous phrases, according to a recent analysis of survey results.
Scientists are going to try to suspend ten victims of fatal wounds in a state between living and dying for a few hours in the hopes that buying time can help save lives.
Officials should be considering how the public reacts to various natural disasters when making plans to mitigate or recover from these disasters. Understanding a region's "dread" of a natural disaster, a new study suggests, could help officials determine how much tax money should go towards addressing that threat.
A mountain-dwelling plant species that invaded Belgium in the 19th century somehow managed to adapt to the region's varied environment in less than 20 generations. Researchers suggest that this "rapid evolution" may be how the world's multitude of invasive plants continue to spread, despite the fact that they are often unaccustomed to new environments.
A series or new experimental drone designs have been released with "exquisite" flight control, capable of navigating through complex urban environments. Their inspiration? Birds, bats, insects, and even snakes, researchers report.
Four to five glasses of wine in two hours - the minimum for "binge drinking" - may help dying gut bacteria leak into your bloodstream, where they can cause unpredictable damage to your health, a new study suggests.
The Hawaiian island of O'ahu has actually formed by three massive shield volcanoes, not two as previously thought, experts report. The discovery of the Ka'ena Volcano, which was primarily an underwater volcano, reveals new clues to how some Hawaiian islands and additional volcanoes were formed.
New international standards for international trade packaging are significantly slowing the rate at which "stowaway" insects find their way into the United States, protecting tenuous ecosystems, a new study suggests.
Pilots of commercial airliners are letting their minds wander a lot more frequently than they used to, but don't cancel that flight to Hawaii just yet. According to a recent study, this distraction occurs only about a fifth of the time and only among pilots using automated cockpits.
In the hustle and bustle of urban life; traffic, pollution and stress abound. A new study by the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom say that city dwellers living near parks, gardens and green spaces are happier and have an overall higher quality of life.
Many patients who quit taking their cholesterol-lowering statin drugs because of side effects can successfully try again taking them, a new study said on Monday.