There may be a new way to predict volcanic eruptions.
Scientists have recorded the highest level of ultraviolet radiation ever detected on Earth's surface.
Researchers claim that the when a breeder dies, the sex and size of the wolf pack helps determining the fate of the pack.
A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Diego, found that a certain species of bees actually "shout" when they find food to prevent any predators from pursuing the same sources.
Could we predict floods? NASA satellites may just give researchers the data they need in order to do so.
Scientists have found that some strains of the oceans' most abundant organism, SAR11, can generate methane as a byproduct of breaking down a compound for its phosphorus.
Researchers have found that some species of bees in Brazil "shout" when it comes to their food-recruitment signals.
It turns out that winds circling the Antarctic may have a bigger role to play in sea level rise than scientists once thought.
Researchers have discovered the presence of an inner-ear formation in an ancient archaic human skull, which was initially thought to be present only in the Neanderthals.
A long-term study between climate and marine life along the West Antarctic Peninsula reveals that changing conditions can greatly impact species that range from single-celled algae to penguins.
After re-examining a 100,000-year-old archaic early human skull found 35 years ago in Northern China, researchers have found the presence of an inner-ear formation that was once thought to only occur in Neanderthals.