Anti-pollution rules may have uncertain effects. Scientists have found that air pollution regulations issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency may not be as effective as believed.
The Millennium Drought in southeastern Australia may hold lessons for drought-stressed regions around the world. The city of Greater Melbourne has successfully implemented innovations that may tell other cities how to survive droughts.
When it comes to the Amazon, location matters. Scientists have found that there's a hidden tapestry of chemical variation across the lowland Peruvian Amazon, which is especially important to note when prediction forest response to climate change.
One of the most popular breeds of tomatoes are beefsteak tomatoes and now, scientists may have discovered their origins.
Climate engineering may just save coral reefs. Scientists have found that since reefs are one of the most vulnerable ecosystems to future climate change, geoengineering will be crucial to saving them.
New findings published in the journal Pediatrics reveal that babies who live at very high elevations may be at an increased risk of SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome.
Genetic material from fungi collections may have helped researchers better understand the mushroom "tree of life."
Birds are a lot like dinosaurs. Now, scientists have discovered how dinosaur feet, which had back toes that were non-opposable, evolved into the thumb-like opposable toe of birds.
Scientists are learning a bit more about prehistoric climate change with the help of a cave.
Low-ranking, female chimps may bond more strongly with other females than with males.
Bigger brains are only better if they have an evolutionary advantage.