Researchers at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and McGill University have found that vulnerability to depression may be linked to noradrenaline, according to a recent study. The new findings are published in the journal Nature.
A large brown snake became the dead victim of a Daddy Long Leg spider In Australia.
Researchers recreate extinct zebra subspecies 'Rau quagga' in South Africa.
Study finds that giant, flightless bird with a head the size of a horse's wandered the Arctic 50 million years ago.
Study reveals that bystanders and large audiences can influence how male adult chimpanzees' grooming interactions.
Researchers have uncovered new evidence, which indicates that human and gorillas split 10 million years ago. The team found nine gorilla teeth fossils from 8 million years ago in Ethiopia's Chorora Formation, which is shedding new light on the human-gorilla split.
A new study found that countries that release the least amounts of greenhouse gases might be the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
A study revealed new findings on human migration in ancient Rome. Skeletons from 2,000 years ago indicated migrants came from the Alps and North Africa.
The discovery of the world's oldest fermented fish bones in southern Sweden is shedding new light on Nordic settlers from 9,200 years ago.
Study finds genes in starfish that produces neuropeptides, common chemicals found in the human brain responsible for controlling and regulating cell activities.
Scientists have discovered that a rare bumble bee species 'Bombus occidentalis' is suddenly making a comeback in the Pacific Northwest.