Scientists have taken a closer look at the links between climate change and extreme weather and have found that the warmer temperatures may be impacting countries such as the UK and the U.S.
The octopus is a strange creature, able to change the color, pattern and even texture of its skin. Now, scientists have discovered that the octopus can sense light with their skin.
Researhcers have discovered stone tools dating back 3.3 million years, the oldest in the world that date back long before the advent of modern humans.
How does playing video games impact your brain? Scientists may have found out.
It turns out that domestic animals became larger over time. Scientists have taken a closer look at the fossils of domestic species and found that as they grew closer to humans, they also grew bigger.
It turns out that soil may help offset the impacts of global warming. Scientists have discovered that healthy and diverse soil communities may limit the effects of climate change.
Imagine walking into a garden at nighttime. While this would be beautiful in and of itself, imagine that these plants are glowing with their own light-a bit like fireflies or jellyfish. It sounds impossible, but that's exactly what one scientist is working toward.
It turns out that Griffon vultures may be in trouble when it comes to their diet. Scientists have analyzed the presence of toxic elements in the blood of these vultures and have found that there's a high concentration of lead in wild populations.
The "eternal flames" that dominated religious and cultural practices of ancient times may spark new interest in geologists. Scientists have now delved into the geomythological stories of ancient times in order to learn a bit more about modern features.
Snakes are known for their long, lean bodies and lack of limbs. Now, though, scientists have discovered that the very first snakes were nocturnal, stealth-hunting predators with tiny hind limbs that had ankles and toes.
Giant pandas may munch on bamboo, but it turns out that their gut bacteria aren't designed for that meal. Scientists have discovered that the gut bacteria of giant pandas can't efficiently digest bamboo.
Our water may be contaminated by hormone-disrupting pollutants. Scientists have discovered that harmful concentrations of Bisphenol-A (BPA) may have been deposited directly into rivers and streams by municipal or industrial wastewater.