A recent study shows that the first animals may have oxygenated the ocean, contrary to traditional believes about its rise in oxygen triggered development.
A recent study looks at how too much exposure to traffic pollution can potentially alter the structure and function of the heart.
New research shows how the sun is capable of generating energy to power vehicles. According to researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the chemical hydrogen actually contains the potential to power passenger cars as an environmentally friendly fuel.
Though most advertising revolves around image, a recent study shows how imagining smell-or what researchers refer to as -smellizing-can help increase the consumers desire for a certain product.
Remember how you protested against dissecting that frog in 7th grade? Well, according to a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Chicago, other individuals around the country have started to feel the same as you. They've hit...
A recent study shows that fertilizer could be a bad thing for the world's grasslands.
A recent study looks at certain animal's odors and how this helps some defend themselves.
Though we've never seen this mammoth species alive and in person, most of us are familiar with the majestic extinct elephant genus-the woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius.) Yet recent research suggests that one of earths largest, hairiest creatures may have gone extinct based on its tiny flower di...
As problems with the environment and nature persist, scientists and other professionals have come up with mindful tactics to help preserve our world's natural wonders. National Geographic released an article that enumerated a list of tips to help preserve the world's oceans. Here, we'll provide five...
Though some parents may think it best to send their children to a same-sex school in order to eliminate any distractions that come with the opposite sex, a recent study shows that there may not be much-if any-truth to this idea.
Say hello to Crispr/Cas9--the world' first genetically modified monkeys birthed in a lab through the complexities of DNA engineering.