Every year, millions of tons of road salt are applied to the streets and highways across the United States to help make travel safer. However, what scientists still can fully explain is how it affects our wildlife.
Imagine a book that can actually clean contaminated water. Sounds like science fiction, right? Scientists have created a book with treated paper pages that can be torn out and used to kill bacteria in water.
Scientists have found that even optimistic estimates for what might be achieved at December's Climate Chance Conference will not be enough to save the world's coral reefs.
Scientists have uncovered evidence that 142 million years ago, two carnivorous dinosaurs strolled side-by-side down a beach.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster may actually exist. Petroleum workers have found a creature living deep beneath the waves of the ocean, with a myriad of thin appendages that look like cooked pasta.
Climate change may be impacting your health in major ways. Scientists have taken a closer look at how the changing climate will impact public health in the U.S. Gulf Coast.
There's a reason that China is looking into clean energy, and that's because its air pollution is killing its population. A staggering 1.6 million Chinese a year are killed due to the polluted air each year.
Scientists have resurrected a black-footed ferret, a critically endangered species, using frozen semen from a ferret that had been dead for about 20 years.
Researchers at The Field Museum have discovered a new species of pre-mammal that is now Zambia. A unique groove on the animal's upper jaw revealed the distinction, dubbing it Ichibengops (which combines the local Bemba work for scar (ichibenga), and the common Greek suffix for face (ops)-or put simp...
There's nothing quite like that natural glow to attract the eye of someone special, and that's certainly true of the anole lizard. When this lizard wants to attract a mate, he perches on a tree limb, starts bobbing his head up and down and then extend a colorful throat fan, otherwise known as a dewl...
We may have just managed to use up Earth's resources for the entire year.