When skating on less than two inches of frozen water, plan ahead, be prepared and make sure it is the right kind of ice.
By Teresa Carey, Nsikan Akpan
When the flu strikes, many rush to the doctor for Tamiflu, but there is debate over the complications it can treat.
By Rashmi Shivni, Teresa Carey
This dolphin and whale graveyard may hold the secrets to cetacean lifestyles.
By Lorna Baldwin
To find a sea turtle as she lay her nest, we had a few rules to follow.
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a group of citizen scientists use a dolphin graveyard to uncover how the majestic mammals live. The NewsHour's Teresa Carey reports.
A new study by Ruhr University aquatic biologists shows that freshwater acidification may be catching up -- and even surpassing -- ocean acidification in a race that may harm essential parts of the food chain -- like water fleas --…
By Rashmi Shivni
For half a century, more than 80 percent of wars occurred within biodiversity hotspots. Scientists knew war forced animal populations to decline, but they didn't know the extent--until now.
Genetic traits in yellow warblers can gauge if the migratory birds will adapt to the pace of climate change, according to a new study.
An engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology wants to explore the cosmos with CubeSats and ion engines inspired by static electricity.
By Courtney Norris
The number of asylum seekers fleeing their home countries to the European Union will increase dramatically if carbon emissions and global warming continue on their current path, according to a new study from Columbia University.
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