In a new finding, researchers put an end to the long lying mystery of the great die off that led to mass extinction of Earth's life. The researcher's claims acid rain and ozone depletion is to be blamed for the mass extinction.
Even if we attain the zero carbon dioxide emission the rise in the temperature will continue to take place, according to a new study.
In a new finding, researchers have explained the science behind beer tapping by exploring the phenomenon of cavitation- a phenomenon that is applicable to engineering concerns such as erosion of ship propellers.
Ever wonder how owls seem to swoop in so effortless, with a nearly silent flight?
Reserachers from the Korea Institute of Ocean and Technology, Korea Genome Research Foundation, BGI and other institutes are investigating the first high-depth minke whale genome, and determining how successfully it can adapt to the ocean environment.
Sea level rise is a major component of climate change and global warming. It has the potential to impact millions across the world. Now, predictions of sea level rise could become a bit more accurate. Scientists have gained new insight into how glacier movement is affected by melting ice in the summ...
What were the ancient Canaanites drinking more than 3,000 years ago?
What's more terrifying than a tyrannosaurus? That's a good question. Archaeologists have uncovered a new species of carnivorous dinosaur that lived alongside and competed with the comparatively small-bodied tyrannosaurs about 98 million years ago.
Major NGOs and green groups like Greenpeace and WWF walked out from the U.N. climate talks which taking place in Warsaw, Poland as no difference was observed in the climate.
For years scientists have argued whether increases of potent methane gas concentrations in the atmosphere were triggered by natural causes or human activities during a time period that started about 5,000 years ago and stretched to the start of the industrial revolution. Now, they have their answers...
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a particle detector buried in the Antarctica ice, detected 28 high energy particle events at Earth's South Pole marking the first solid confirmation for astrophysical neutrinos coming from cosmic sources.
Climate change is impacting species across the globe. Yet it may be impacting some creatures more than others. The flight season timing of a wide variety of butterflies is responsive to temperature, which means that warmer temperatures could greatly influence them in the future.