A recent study shows that the first animals may have oxygenated the ocean, contrary to traditional believes about its rise in oxygen triggered development.
‘Blackfish’ is a documentary from 2013 directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite that focuses on Seaworld’s famous killer whale Tilikum and the emotional effects these intelligence species experience while in captivity.
The National zoo welcomed the four lion cubs last weekend who were born to a 9-year-old African lion Shera. Born over a seven-hour period, the cubs are doing good as they appear to be nursing, moving and vocalizing well.
Nearly 10 proposals have been selected for the study of identical twin astronauts. This major leap has launched human space life science research into a new era, said NASA in new report.
NASA confirmed that the astronomers failed to find evidence of 'Planet X' during the examination of the WISE data that scanned hundreds of millions of objects across the sky.
A recent study looks at how too much exposure to traffic pollution can potentially alter the structure and function of the heart.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite and is primarily present in Africa, India, and South America. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 219 million cases of malaria worldwide in 2010, mostly in Africa.
Heroin, an opiate drug that is derived from morphine, has caused increases in drug abuse across the United States, particularly on the East Coast and in the New England area in recent years.
Peter Lehner is the Executive Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and is excited about the Environmental Protection Agency’s new guidelines that will promote cleaner air across the United States.
New measurements made on the coast of southern California reveal that the surface of sea sucks in the atmospheric nitrogen oxide present in the polluted air at night, atmospheric chemists report.
The heat from warm water discharged from rivers into the Arctic Ocean contributes to the melting of the Arctic sea ice every summer, according to NASA findings.
A team of astronomers got lucky and witnessed for the first time an asteroid breakup into smaller fragments in the vast space. The entire disintegration process was seen using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.