Archaeologists find evidence in a Chinese cemetery suggesting that men wearing dresses when horseback riding were rubbed the wrong way, leading to the creation of pants.
An old objection to climate change may be countered by the publishing of a new paper from climatologists in New Zealand.
Kids from all over the country showcase their innovative ideas at the White House Science Fair on Tuesday.
The sighting of a wounded moose in Minnesota is another stone in the wall dividing animal right activists and social media on the debate of reducing animal suffering.
A Florida man catches a 500-pound, prehistoric-looking fish which is on the IUCN ‘critically endangered’ species list.
Researchers learn that one of the simplest animals on earth could lead to one of the largest modern medical discoveries.
The Colorado River and Gulf of California met again for the first time in 16 years, thanks to hard work of scientists with the Colorado River Delta Legacy Program of the Sonoran Institute.
Physicists at London’s Imperial College publish a paper proving that with existing technology, light can be formed into matter through photon colliding.
Newly-released research shows wildfires and fossil fuel burning caused 97 percent of Greenland to be covered in ice melt water in 2012.
All American GPS sites will be banned from Russia if talks between the two countries are unsuccessful.