A boulder-sized meteor that struck the moon in March may have indeed caused the biggest lunar explosion ever observed by NASA.
Together with a large international research team, Johannes Messinger of Umeå University in Sweden has taken another step toward an understanding of photosynthesis and developing artificial photosynthesis. With a combination of a x-ray free-electron laser and spectroscopy, the team has managed to s...
A female anteater named Armani has immaculately conceived a baby at a conservation center in Connecticut--or at least, that's how it appears.
Two earthquakes rattle the continent.
Some forecasters believe that if you swim in the snow of an avalanche, you may be able to "float" to safety.
No one likes fire ants, but "crazy ants" don't sound very appealing, either. Now, researchers have announced that invasive "crazy ants" are displacing other species in areas across the southeastern United States.
The massive, melting glaciers across Earth contributed as much to sea rise as the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets combined from 2003 to 2009.
Could fecal matter be swimming around in your pool?
A tornado ran through Texas Wednesday evening, killing six and injuring many.
After 17 years of lurking beneath the ground, millions of cicadas are popping out of the dirt like six-legged daisies. Now, there's only one thing that we can do to stop the relentless swarm: eat them.
The new finding in the journal PLoS ONE reports the first flu strain ever found in any marine mammal. The researchers at the University of California, Davis, disoverd the H1N1 virus in northern elephant seals off the central California cost.
Fish and other sea life are migrating toward the Earth's poles--and have been doing so for more than three decades. This mass migration seems to point to a changing landscape that has drastically been impacted by warming seas.