The countries and cities who are at the front lines of climate change are looking to adapt in the immediate future, and the United Nations believe that those at risk hold the answers for others, especially developing countries across the world.
Millions of years ago, a massive asteroid slammed into Earth, setting off a chain of events that changed life forever. Now, scientists have reconstructed that impact, revealing how catastrophic event this truly was.
Fruit flies can zip around a room, zooming past obstacles as they slow down and speed up. Now, though, researchers have uncovered the mechanism for how fruit flies use their "cruise control" in flight.
Using high speed cameras, scientists at an international university found that fruit flies successfully evade danger by using fighter jet tactics of quick banked turns.
Modern-day daddy longlegs are certainly terrifying, dwindling on eight willowy gams. Yet a 305-million-year-old fossil shows that their ancestors may have been more eye-catching.
A tiny crustacean makes its debut as one of the world's smallest crayfish species.
A text dubbed the "Gospel of Jesus's Wife" has been accused of forgery. However, a recent analysis suggests that writings from the ancient scrap of papyrus are authentic.
Though Nimbacinus dicksoni--an ancient relative of the Tasmanian tiger--has long been extinct, don't let pictures of this puny little animal fool you. They were huge hunters that often preyed on those larger than themselves.
Archaeologists have found evidence that claims Neanderthal's did not have difficult and short childhood.
A cosmic diamond! That is exactly what a powerful telescope in Chile captured. The stunning image of a planetary nebula released by the European Southern Observatory (ESCO) creates the illusion of a diamond ring.
As millions of sky watchers are eagerly awaiting the April 15th total lunar eclipse, first of the two total lunar eclipses of this year, North Americans will receive an added treat of viewing the eclipse to full extent.