Scientists have discovered highly-evolved bacteria that live on iron at three vent sites along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, one of the longest undersea mountains in the world.
After using CT scanning on fetal whale specimens, researchers have confirmed that changes in the development of ear bones in the womb parallel changes observed throughout whale evolution.
Scientists have created the first ever 3D reconstruction of a skull of a 360-million-year-old near-ancestor of land vertebrates to learn a bit more about these animals.
Scientists have looked at ants and have found a key mechanism by which environmental factors influence the expression of traits that range from height to color to weight.
Recently discovered fossils in Libya may tell us a bit more about our own evolution.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the South Asian monsoon and have found that it may have been a major contributor to how mammals look and act today in the region.
It turns out that the Anthropocene, which is the human-dominated epoch that has helped change our world, began around the year 1610.
Instead of visiting a graveyard to remember a loved one, think of visiting a forest. That may just be possible, thanks to a new burial method developed in Italy.
You may have heard of the girl who received gifts from crows after feeding them peanuts, but have you heard of the device that trains birds to give you presents?
Scientists have found that the increasing strength of winds over the Southern Ocean is causing ocean eddies and mixing, which has extended its ability to absorb carbon dioxide and effectively delays the impacts of global warming.
Chameleons have the amazing ability to change their colors. Now, though, scientists have found out how they do it. It turns out that the chameleons "tune" a lattice of nanocrystals present in their skin.