A new study found out that people with better memories tire of experiences quickly. The study was conducted my marketing professionals to help make strategies to keep consumers' attention and interest longer.
A group of researchers from the University of Kansas has found the oldest evidence of the right handed person -- not a Homo sapiens but a Homo habilis.
A widespread parasite known to infect salmon and trout is actually a "micro jellyfish." This may change the way scientists define animals.
Researchers University of Kansas recently uncovered fossils representing the largest known feathered raptor. The species has since been named Dakotaraptor and it's closing the gap in the evolutionary gap between dinosaurs and modern birds.
University of Kansas researchers recently published findings on 50 million-year-old rocks and their microbial remnants in a river formation that runs through Utah, Colorado and Wyoming. They say that for Mars, their study reveals some new clues to seek out.
Partly because news stories about climate, floods, and drought prevail in recent years, environmental concerns have remained important to citizens in the U.S., Western Europe, and elsewhere despite the worries of the 2008 Recession.
In a collaborative effort by 11 institutions, a new Tree of Life has been created, merging more than 500 existing, small maps of life-form evolution on this planet. It's available online.
After years of misidentifying Helmeted Woodpeckers, scientists from the University of Kansas have found that the bird has evolved with characteristics of larger competing birds in the Atlantic forest.
Researchers recently found that building more wind turbines might actually be less efficient and not produce as much renewable energy.
The current coffee-farming system, which involves non-shade farming and low prices wrested from poor farmers, is causing problems. These methods have been in place only since the 1970s and 1980s, and a study talks about how they could be changed.
To scientists' surprise, bird activities are changing due to climate change even in an already-warm country, Mexico.