Research vessel, Lance, is conducting research on the Arctic landscape and its decreasing biodiversity.
According to new study, fjords are major components to the Earth’s carbon burial systems.
Proofs show that the holographic principle may also apply to our universe, in flat spacetime.
Research from the Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science has shown that about 75% of extremely hot days and 18% of extreme rainfall is due to human-induced climate change.
The Karolinska Institutet in Sweden has created, for the first time, the perception of being invisible.
The Arctic Council has reached a deal on reducing carbon emissions, marking the first time that the council has acted to reduce human-induced climate change.
Neonicotinoid pesticides have shown to be harmful to wild bees and bumblebees, as well as possibly addictive.
Google has launched their Early Access Program for Project Fi, their revolutionary $20/mo wireless service.
Francis Pusok, the fleeing Horseman, has received a $650,000 settlement after being brutally beaten by police after a 2 1/2 hour pursuit.
Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator Michelle Leonhart is poised to retire after a house oversight committee issued a letter expressing “no confidence” in her leadership last week due to her mishandling of circumstances.