New findings published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology show that Illinois is the most critical hub in the network of U.S. domestic food transfers.
Previous studies have linked air pollution to autism. Now, new findings presented by the Environmental Health Perspectives reveal that certain types of air pollution and exposure may put some at higher risk.
Researchers have discovered wasps in the genus Spasskia-a species in a genus that is completely new to science.
Researchers at at Technische Universität München (TUM) have thoroughly examined the map that these creatures use to guide themselves, along with their adaptation to certain external factors.
Flapping baby birds may have given scientists some clues about how the earliest ones took flight.
You might say that pacific corals and fish can actually sniff out danger. These sea creatures use their sense of smell to avoid damaged reefs.
Could a new species of frog also have a doppelgänger?
Hawaii is less than a day away from the first direct hurricane to hit the area in 22 years. Iselle is predicted to strike straight on as a Category 1 tropical storm.
Much of a tornado's strength and height may be determined by climate change, according to researchers at Florida State University.
A butterfly's wings help carry the creature in search of nectar to nearby flowers. Yet did you know that some of these insects' wings change color?