Seeking to counter it’s ongoing notoriety as one of the world’s biggest coal exporters, Australia on Saturday, announced a $12.5 million plan to plant a billion trees by 2050.
In less than three months several cases of calves with the mutation have taken place in the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and West Bengal, according to media reports showing unusual videos.
The project that allows researchers to get updates on significant developments in outer space, will receive a cash boost of over £25 million, with funding to come from US and UK-based institutions.
According to a researcher, some species of egg-laying lizards that had evolved to birthing live young have returned to laying eggs after moving from the cold Andean mountaintops to warmer climates.
In a bid to generate all electricity from renewable sources by 2050, government officials in Spain announced this week that the country's nuclear power plants would begin shutting down in 2025.
Tens of thousands of US military members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have been exposed to burn pits, open-air military sites where waste generated by war is combusted.
In a rare, positive twist regarding climate change, Greenland could soon begin to export sediments that are being washed into the sea as the island’s ice sheet melts with rising global temperatures.
The strange-looking creature turned out to be a pyrosome, a floating colony of billions of sea squirts which is rarely encountered in shallow waters.
The periodic table of elements turns 150 in 2019 and, although it was invented so long ago, it’s still in use to this day. Its importance is undeniable, but how much do you really know about it? Test your knowledge!
New Zealand researchers made a mind-blowing discovery when looking through a sample of leopard seal scat (the scientific term for seal poo). Scientists were shocked as they found a fully functioning USB stick right in the poo.
Earth’s higher-than-average global surface temperatures in 2018 resulted in the year being named the fourth warmest on record, according to independent analyses released by two US agencies Wednesday.
What astronomers may describe as an exciting sighting, some may find frightening, as a huge and heavy alien body will come comparatively close to Earth in the early hours of 6 February.
Up to two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers in the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, which spans more than 2,000 miles between Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan, could melt by the end of the century due to greenhouse gas emissions.
A mixture of a rare metal and protein in human blood could penetrate into the nucleus of cancer cells and kill them. All one needs to add is a blast of light, according to researchers at Warwick University in England.
The China National Space Administration announced that the Chang’e-4 moon mission lander and rover have survived their first lunar night on the far side.
In a Friday media release, Australia's Bureau of Meteorology announced the country experienced record mean temperatures, warmer than any month on record, in January.
Scientists from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa have found out that a scattering of stone huts on the outskirts of Johannesburg in Suikerbosrand National Park is, in fact, the remains of a large metropolis, the website Science Alert reported.
Dangerously cold weather brought to parts of the US Midwest and Northeast this week by a polar vortex episode has Americans encountering a slew of unusual weather phenomenons.
NASA researchers say the mysterious cavity is growing at an “explosive” rate.
Deadly arctic deep freeze and wind chills have engulfed the US Midwest and Northeast Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
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