Spongy and flexible-like that portion of the hip and the thigh bones, we can thank French and Swedish researchers for this new discovery. According to recent findings, they've come across the earliest fossil presence of limb bone marrow in the fin of a 370-million-year-old fish.
A new DNA sequencing of ancient chicken bones offers clues on the origin and dispersal of ancestral Polynesian chicken, suggesting Columbus beat Polynesians to South America.
A seven year study led NASA conclude that the natural forests in the Amazon absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than the amount of carbon dioxide they emit, directly lowering the rate of global warming.
A fierce magnetic solar storm emitted a pulse of magnetized plasma into the space that scarcely missed the Earth on July 23, 2013, but if the eruption occurred nine days earlier it would have hit our planet creating large scale havoc, according to a new finding.
NASA has released the most interactive high resolution mosaic of the north polar region of the moon that was created over four years by scientists using data from its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
How can a new report about climate change that contains no new information about the current state of affairs regarding the environment possibly cause a stir amongst experts? Just ask Dr. Mario Molina.
Bumblebees may have tiny brains, but this doesn't mean they're incapable of learning great things. According to two studies conducted by researchers at the University of Guelph, if a tasty treat's involved, they can learn quite a bit.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990 celebrated its 24 years in orbit by revisiting the Monkey Head Nebula and capturing a region filled with infant stars scattered within the bright streak of cosmic gas and dust.
Working in the remote environment of Antarctica, the British Antarctic Survey along with Reading University revived a frozen moss back to life after over 1,500 years and what is interesting is that it continues to grow.
Researchers identified that the wildflowers on the Rocky Mountain meadow have undergone a change in their blooming pattern as a result of climate change.
As of Monday, only half of the city's drivers in Paris will be allowed on the road any given day due to dangerous pollution levels in the area.
Honey is known as a natural sweetener, but it possesses other benefits. It can be used as a natural energy booster, a cough suppressant, and even for skin improvement. Researchers have now unearthed a new, potential medical use for the sweetener.