Exposure to toxic chemicals in the environment is slowly destroying human reproduction and is the cause for critical health issues.
Marine Scientists find that unsustainable harvesting of large predatory fish, along with the culling of sharks, can have far-reaching consequences for the way climate change is being handled.
Geological Society of America Scientists have found Jurassic corals in North America which can solve the puzzle to the Jurassic era.
Scientists examined 300-million-year-old shellfish deposits to determine the kinds of weather super continent Pangea once experienced.
The study has assembled the first large-scale empirical evidence for a declining sensitivity of spring phenology to warming in mature trees for Central Europe.
Meal worms could be the answer in solving the issue of plastic waste. Scientists are conducting ongoing experiments with meal worms whose digestive systems are optimal for breaking down the environmental hazard.
Scientists have used meteorological records from the past 450 years to determine climate change from the and and the future.
Scientists reveal how food is converted into energy in all living organisms. Plants, animals and bacteria share common process through a series of chemical reactions.
A recent study found that there is a decline in marine diversity over the last several decades, fish populations have declined by 75 percent while the population for marine vertebrates has decreased significantly.
British and Australian Scientists found in their research that Antarctic warming results in more soil fungal species, and should exceed by 25 percent in 2100.