Even bird brains can get to know an entire continent -- but it takes them a year of migration to do so, suggests a Princeton research team.
An international team of scientists has published a new analysis showing that as plant species around the world go extinct, natural habitats become less productive and contain fewer total plants –– a situation that could ...
A BBC poll indicated most people around the world said they would make personal sacrifices -- including higher energy bills -- to address climate change.
Researchers at the Wildlife Conservation Society and other institutions declare that improvements in management of existing protected areas in South Asia could double the number of tigers currently existing in the region.
Paul Barford has watched malicious traffic on the Internet evolve from childish pranks to a billion-dollar "shadow industry" in the last decade, and his profession has largely been one step behind the bad guys.
A new program from IBM will help companies verify their data centers’ energy use and reduction -- and earn potentially money-saving, energy efficiency certificates.
A team of seismologists from Washington University in St. Louis, like members of the starship Enterprise, will “boldly go where no man has gone before” after Thanksgiving this year.
A ten year review of primary education has found that children are now taught an 'alarming' amount of maths and English at the expense of science, arts and the humanities compared to ten years ago.
In the current edition of leading journal Science, an international team of experts argues that governments and policymakers worldwide need to take swift action now to minimise mounting losses due to future natural disasters ...
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have discovered that mice rely on a special set of proteins to recognise each other.