Our connection with dogs may go back as much as 27,000 to 40,000 years. Scientists have uncovered an ancient Taimyr wolf bone that reveals a bit more about our relationship with our canine companions.
Can we limit temperature rise by 2100 to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius?
Last year, researchers examined the genetic diversity of American black bears in a few states. Now, scientists have expanded the study to include black bears throughout North America, which may aid conservation efforts.
It turns out that genetically modified corn may not protect against the corn earworm.
While tropical rainforests store vast amounts of carbon and can help prevent climate change, it turns out there's another ecosystem may also play a huge role.
Antarctica may be losing a bit more ice. Scientists have witnessed a sudden increase of ice loss in a previously stable region of Antarctica.
Scientists have now discovered the mechanism behind the "sailing" stones of Death Valley, which are famous for apparently moving by themselves.
Researchers have uncovered the first ever dinosaur fossils from Washington state. Paleontologists uncovered the fossil alone the shores of Sucia Island State Park in the San Juan Islands.
There may be a treatment for white-nose syndrome. Scientists have now released the very first bats treated for the disease back into the wild after they were successfully cured.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the links between climate change and extreme weather and have found that the warmer temperatures may be impacting countries such as the UK and the U.S.
The octopus is a strange creature, able to change the color, pattern and even texture of its skin. Now, scientists have discovered that the octopus can sense light with their skin.