Scientists may have just managed to fill in some major gaps in the evolution of a group of animals that includes horses and rhinos.
It turns out that the Mediterranean meteorological tide is increasing. Scientists have discovered that the sea level variation due to atmospheric changes has increased by over a millimeter since 1989.
There may be a new theory when it comes to the process of evolution. Scientists have discovered that dramatic changes in a landscape may not drive species divergence. Instead, it could be that a species' ability to move may play a far greater role.
Archaeologists have discovered that humans and plants may have developed unprecedented adaptations to cope with altitude.
Your lakes may be turning into jelly. Scientists have found that as calcium levels continue to decline in soft-water lakes, certain organisms are also disappearing and being replaced by jelly-like creatures.
What do humans and mice have in common? According to a new study, they have quite a few striking similarities.
Spiderman has some competition. Scientists have created gloves that allow the user to scale glass walls like a gecko.
A catastrophic landslide that occurred 21 million years ago may be the largest to have ever occurred on Earth's surface. Scientists have discovered the remains of the Markagunt gravity slide, which was the size of three Ohio counties.
Most are aware that bleaching events in tropical corals can cause short-term impacts and devastate reefs. Now, though, scientists have found that there are longer-term effects.
It turns out that our world could be altered by the so-called "Green Revolution." Scientists have found that the intense farming practices used are powerful enough to alter Earth's atmosphere at an ever-increasing rate.
It turns out that seed dormancy is about as old as the seeds themselves. Scientists have taken a closer look at the evolution of seeds and have found a bit more about the intriguing phenomenon.
As carbon dioxide continues to enter out Earth's atmosphere, the ocean is continuing to acidify. Now, scientists have developed a new way to measure how this acidification is affecting marine ecosystems over an entire oceanic basin.