Researchers from the University of Adelalde have uncovered a new web-based tool that's unlocked the complex secrets behind grapevine development.
If you’re a wildlife buff and have yet to visit Peru’s Manu National Park, then you’re missing out on the world’s most diverse and protected area for reptiles and amphibians on the planet.
A rare and small video of a teen girl being hit on the head by a whale’s tail has gone viral and grabbed the attention of over 1.5 million viewers.
Using a novel technique a team of researchers at the Penn State University have detected water in the atmosphere of a planet that is as enormous as Jupiter and is seen orbiting the nearby star tau Bootis
A large population of whales and ships is increasingly using the ice-free Bering Strait, the channel that connects the Pacific and Arctic Oceans, raising the risk of collision with ships.
Archaeologists0 have discovered the world's oldest cheese in China found buried along with mummies that date back to 1615 B.C.
Computer simulations by Stanford's Mark Jacobson indicate huge offshore wind farms could significantly reduce wind speed and storm surge from major hurricanes, and thus preventing billions of dollars in damages.
Last week reports surfaced about the overwhelming presence of Asian Carp fish in the Mississippi River as they made their way toward the Great Lakes basin. Today the EPA has signed off on 11 programs to combat such invasive species in the region.
The Tegu lizard is a native species of Argentina and is primarily found throughout South America. The four-foot reptile has been spotted in large numbers across Florida, which means that it's now been classified as invasive.
We’ve spoken in great deal about those astronauts up in the International Space Station. But aside from their contributions to the space program, have we really elaborated on their contributions to the world?
A team of scientists uncovered a massive ancient whale graveyard near the Pan-America Highway in Chile. This astonishing fossil discovery will help scientists decipher the mystery of 'sudden death at sea'.
The study, conducted by researchers at Dartmouth College, Hanover, revealed that Peru's Quelccaya ice cap, the world's largest tropical ice sheet, has been melting at an accelerating pace in recent decades and this had made it a symbol for global climate change.