Researchers from a team at Duke University have found out a little secret about why human's sleep patterns.
Five new species of bats have been discovered in West Africa according to an international team of scientists and biologists from the University of York.
A new study suggests that mosquitoes are more likely to chomp on human flesh at night. Why, you ask? Because their olfactory senses are more active then and their led by scent.
Previous research shows that mice can gain genetic benefits from females mating with more than one male. However, researchers have been unclear about the conditions in which female mice will mate with multiple partners.
A recent study explores the creation of the world's first UVA/UVB sunscreen by the skincare company Larissa Bright Australia, which harnesses the natural sun protection from the corals of the Great Barrier Reef.
A recent study looks at the need to save existing urban water systems through innovative solutions that work to combine technology and engineering with social systems and institutions.
A trio of continuing fires have been plaguing Northern California according to a Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) image via the Terra satellite.
A recent study looks at the possible effects of different levels of selenium on the immune system in adult horses.
Scientists have just discovered the first known colony of table coral off of the south shore of O'ahu in Hawai'i.
A new study shows that a benign crystal protein may help to effectively fight against hookworm populations.
Deforestation throughout areas of Africa could be reversed with changes to land use, according to a recent study.