Have you ever left the faucet running while brushing your teeth? Or left the shower on as you tended to another chore before hopping in? This increased water usage may cost you if a new price structure is enacted.
Dogs have gained the reputation as "man's best friend" over the years, and why not? They're loyal and above all, very obedient. Yet a recent study examines how voice cues prompt our favorite pets to firmly understand different commands-including sit, stand and stay, among others.
The National Weather Service records daily figures of Windchill Temperature (WCT) by using science, technology, and computer modeling. Their records and calculations of Alaska’s wind chill have shown a new record for the country’s coldest state.
Though most advertising revolves around image, a recent study shows how imagining smell-or what researchers refer to as -smellizing-can help increase the consumers desire for a certain product.
Astronomers have spotted a giant gas clouds orbiting supermassive black holes at the centres of galaxies using satellite data retrieved from NASA’s Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer (RXTE).
A team of international astrophysicists successfully unravel the biggest mystery in astronomy. The new study explains how stars explode in a supernova explosion.
A new study claims that the wildlife crossing structure along the Trans-Canada Highway helps maintain gene flow among healthy populations of grizzly and black bears.
Researchers are planning on developing small flying machines inspired by the unique aerodynamic features of a fruit bat and other flying creatures.
In a latest announcement, The European Space Agency announced plans to launch a new space mission called PLATO with an aim to discover Earth like worlds in the neighborhood of the Sun.
Wild bumblebees are important contributors to the ecosystem. They provide pollination to a lot of the world’s flowers as well as foods, helping produce 87 of the leading food crops worldwide. If they were lost in nature, it would be devastating for plants.
The four-day “Great Backyard Bird Count” event has already provided experts with telling information. A majority of the participants were from North America, which helped reveal that Arctic-dwelling snowy owls have spread to 25 states in the U.S.
Originally appearing in the U.S. back in the 70s, the Asian Carp were used in fish farms in the south. Now, they're becoming a problem; the invasive, dangerous fish have now spread to the Great Lakes.