New research has shown carbon dioxide levels may negatively impact crops, which could mean a less than optimistic future for our world's food supplies.
Last week, the closest star to Earth emitted an M-class solar flares into the depths of space. This spectacular event was captured by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory.
A distant massive galaxy cluster 'El Gordo' lives upto its nick name as new calculation reveal that the cluster is three million billion times the mass of our Sun.
Wildlife fences are constructed to protect wildlife from poachers, to prevent the spread of disease and lower the threat of human-wildlife conflict. Despite these conservation benefits construction of fences should be considered as the last resort, according to a new finding.
Many bison have been seen fleeing Yellowstone National Park. However, the nature organization is currently working to dispell myths that the supervolcano located in the park--also referred to as Yellowstone Supervolcano--may be about to erupt, causing the animals to leave.
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, discovered a new family tree for hummingbirds--detailing the creature's migration from Europe, Asia and North America before settling in South American nearly 22 million years ago.
A Norwegian skydiver narrowly missed being hit by a space rock that hurtled towards the Earth and grabbed the event to capture the first ever incredible footage of a meteorite travelling through the air after it has stopped burning.
Thank those swinging lady fruit flies for keeping the male fruit fly population alive.
Are you a morning person? Does sunshine, newspaper and hot coffee pull you out of bed at 7 a.m. regardless of work or not? If so, chances are your body has a more in-tune circadian rhythm and energy balance, which also means you're more likely to be a healthier weight.
Ever wonder why zebras look so darn fashionable with those white and black stripes? No, they're not making a statement about prison uniforms. Their chic yet customary outfit is actually used to help ward off insects, including horseflies and tsetse flies.
First it was Beijing issuing health warnings because of their high levels of air pollution. Then came Paris a few weeks ago. Now, London has issued a public health warning because strong winds and dust storms have brought Saharan sands into England.
The Delaware River watershed drains an area of 14,119 square miles in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York. Yesterday, the William Penn Foundation launched a $35 million initiative to protect the watershed’s sources.