Scientists studying the consequences of global warming in south Florida say rising sea levels could flood coastal cities and damage fresh water supplies.
Canadian researchers using frame-by-frame video analysis have discovered fleeting "cracks" in facial expressions when a person is lying.
Whole Foods Market marked Earth Day Tuesday by ending the use of disposable plastic grocery bags at its U.S., Canadian and British stores.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Wednesday announced approval of the first glove made from a new form of natural rubber latex, guayule latex.
Scientists are taking a new look at Egypt's pyramids to see if some of the blocks could have been made from concrete.
Environmental activists say many public Earth Day and other environmental events are leaving a trail of waste and carbon emissions.
Greenpeace says it confronted a U.S. tuna boat in the South Pacific this week as part of an effort to fight overfishing by commercial fishing fleets.
Dutch ecologist Roxina Soler and her colleagues have discovered that subterranean and aboveground herbivorous insects can communicate with each other by using plants as telephones. Subterranean insects issue chemical warning ...
Benign prostate enlargement affects most of the elder men and often compresses the urethra resulting in voiding symptoms. Dutch researcher Tim Idzenga has found a way to measure the resistance of the urethra using sound: ...
Female Australian painted dragon lizards are polyandrous, that is, they mate with as many males as they can safely get access to. This promiscuous behaviour is often found in species where male quality is dubious and there ...