Grants from private donors and the United Nations are helping rangers at the Galapagos National Park in Ecuador turn the tide of the war against goats.
Some U.S. physicians aren't stocking the new vaccine to prevent cervical cancer because they said insurers won't pay enough for them to immunize patients.
Scientists have discovered a way to distinguish pancreatic cancer from non-cancerous tissue, new research shows.
Tungsten began increasing in trees in Fallon, Nev. several years before the town's rise in childhood leukemia cases, according to a new research report.
Global Survey of Lizards Reveals Greater Abundance of Animals on Islands Than on Mainland Ecosystems
A comprehensive survey of lizards on islands around the world has confirmed what island biologists and seafaring explorers have long observed: Animals on islands are much more abundant than their counterparts on the mainland.
A U.S. study has found nanosized particles near plaque-filled arteries in animals that might contribute to arterial calcification.
Poudre High School in Fort Collins, Colo., won the U.S. Department of Energy's 17th annual National Science Bowl.
A Spanish study suggests climate changes might have caused the extinction of the Neanderthals on the Iberian Peninsula.
Manta rays are hard to miss —big, black and stretching up to seven metres wide, but scientists are still in the dark about the world's largest ray.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Motorola debuts the deep, jewel-tone finish of the new MOTORAZR V3i in purple. Unlocked for GSM, the purple MOTORAZR is available exclusively online at at MotoStore.