Scientists have uncovered the virus behind disintegrating starfish. Not only that, but they've discovered what's behind the disease's sudden appearance, which has decimated sea stars on the North American Pacific Coast.
Scientists have gotten an all new view of carbon dioxide. An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer models reveals how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.
It turns out that turbulence may be responsible for strengthening our planet's magnetic field.
When it comes to lizards, the secret to a longer life may be less sex and more greens. Scientists have discovered that reduced reproductive rates and a plant-rich diet increased the lifespan of reptiles.
Is there a way to reduce pesticide use? Scientists believe that insect-resistant maize could be the answer
It turns out that this past summer may have experienced the highest ocean temperatures ever recorded. Scientists have announced that the summer saw the highest global mean sea surface temperatures to date.
It turns out that El Niño may be making a few appearances in the future. Scientists have found that the ocean is warming steadily and is setting the stage for stronger El Niño weather events in the future.
It turns out that we may not have to worry about as much methane being released as previously thought.
Infanticide may be behind the evolution of sex behavior and sex roles in mammals.
When it comes to natural selection, the bullies win out. Scientists have found that chimpanzee males that treat females aggressively father more offspring over time.
With today's climate models, scientists have predicted a 50 percent increase in lightning strikes across the United States during this century as the result of warming temperatures.
It's important to understand shark populations as they continue to be harvested and as their numbers continue to decline. Now, scientists have announced that shark populations in the Mediterranean are highly divided, which may have important implications for conservation efforts.