Bees could actually become addicted to pesticides.
Scientists have studied a massive storehouse of carbon in long-frozen Arctic soils and have found that it could represent a huge release of carbon into the atmosphere.
Bees play huge roles in the world's food supply as pollinators. Now, scientists have sequenced the genomes of two important pollinating bumblebees and compared them with those of other bees.
Scientists have found that the global warming hiatus will make no difference to how much the planet will warm by 2100.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the bird's innate ability to soar through the skies and have found that it uses two high stereotyped postures to avoid obstacles in flight.
Scientists have found that earthquake activity has sharply increased since 2009 and that this increase can be linked to industrial operations that dispose of wastewater by injecting it into deep wells.
Air pollution may be more dangerous than you might think. Scientists have found that long-term exposure to this type of pollution can damage brain structure and impair cognitive function in middle-aged and older adults.
Scientists may be a step closer to bringing back the woolly mammoth from extinction.
Ever hear of a pocket shark? The second ever "pocket shark" to be seen has been recovered from the ocean. Only a few inches long, this shark is extremely rare.
Seismologists have discovered a reservoir of molten rock beneath the Yellowstone supervolcano that's 4.4 times larger than the shallower, long-known magma chamber.
While pesticides are a huge issue for bees, a poor diet may also be contributing to their decline. Scientists have found that a changing landscape could be contributing to the downfall of bees.