In order to save the environment, we may need to condense farms.
Scientists may have found a bit more about California's overwintering monarch butterflies.
The octopus may be far more social than you might think.
It turns out that the magnetic compass that birds use to orient themselves may be impacted by polarized light.
Ancient clay tablets reveal that Babylonians actually managed to use geometry to calculate the position of Jupiter.
Researchers have found patterns in the randomness that provide clues into the biological basis of aging.
Intact nature may actually be the best defense against climate change.
Scientists have gathered tiny fungi that take shelter in Antarctic rocks and have found that after sending them to the International Space Station, they were able to survive in conditions similar to those on Mars.
Researchers have conducted a 10-year project to study the long-term effects that humans have on land, which may also reveal why communities survive or fail.
The Milky Way galaxy may have a clean and "tidy" galactic neighbor. Researchers have gotten a closer look at IC1613, a dwarf galaxy in the constellation of Cetus.
Giant star clusters may "adopt" stray gases in order to create new stars.