As climate change continues, cities are being affected by different weather patterns. Now, scientists are taking a closer look at what we may be in for in the future.
Ever wonder how man's best friend can gauge your emotions?
It turns out that bonobos may have "speech" that similar to humans.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is partnering with a company called FishBrain to back an app that may just help save endangered species of fish.
A new study of 565 million-year-old fossils has identified how some of the first complex organisms on Earth--possibly some of the first to exist--actually reproduced.
What's driving tropical deforestation? It's all about resettlement projects. Scientists have found that these projects are largely responsible for the disappearance of trees in the Amazon.
A new study has calculated the speed of ice formation. This could be huge when it comes to calculating recovery rates in glaciers and large ice sheets.
English broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, who is widely considered a national treasure in Britain for his comprehensive work on animal and plant life, has just received a new honor. A newly discovered flat lizard species of South Africa, known as Platysaurus attenboroughi, has been ...
Bees may be able to naturally vaccinate their offspring. Scientists have found out how bees naturally immunize their babies by studying a bee blood protein called vitellogenin.
Kansas State University researchers have developed a new technique to help estimate the movement of beef cattle in determining the risk of disease.
Shifting winds and ocean currents may have doubled the population of endangered Galapagos penguins.
Researchers have taken a closer look at how the downwelling of warm waters in the ocean actually deepens a storm's fuel tank for rapid intensification toward hurricane statues and how that influences currents.