Monday, an annual assessment was released by the UN weather agency, World Meteorological Organization (WMO), stating that the majority of last year's extreme weather conditions in Asia, Europe and Pacific regions are from human-induced climate change.
For the first a team of U.S. researchers have successfully sequenced the largest genome of loblolly pine, commercially most important tree species, according to a new finding.
Scientists have discovered what may be the fossilized evid4nce of Africa's venomous snakes that existed some 25 million years ago, according to a new finding.
Every living creature thrives on water as part of their daily life to survive. And though most animals prefer fresh water to salt, some sea creatures may choose salt water resources over others.
Oceana has found that what hte United States wastes annually is nearly equivalent to what the rest of the world catches in the same time period.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory has found a temporary home in Texas for roughly 1,000 barrels of radioactive junk left in limbo after a radiation leak led to a prolonged shutdown of New Mexico's only nuclear waste disposal facility.
Ernest C. Crocker and Llyod F. Harrison were two American chemists. In 1927 they published a paper noting that the human nose can tell the difference between four different odors (fragrant, acidic, caprylic, and burnt) allowing them to detect over 10,000 different scents.
Scientists unearthed the fossilized remains of a 66-million-year old sharp-clawed bird like dinosaur. This new discovery presents the largest oviraptorosaur ever found in the North America.
NASA's Orbiter has recently documented a newly formed gully in the southern hemisphere of the Martian slope that formed between 2010 and 2012, but not due to water, according to latest news.
A team of international scientists have recently unearthed e fossil of the oldest known stick insect that displayed a natural ability to mimic the plants in its surrounding, mostly for defence purpose.
The Obama Administration plans to launch climate.data.gov to provide climate information to the public.
After numerous reports about Asian Carp aggressively traveling up the Mississippi and towards the Great Lakes, legislators at the federal level are taking action to prevent the invasive fish species from entering the bodies of freshwater.