Dust from a comet has been discovered for the first time on the Earth's surface
Moon's molten, churning core likely once generated a dynamo
When the Apollo astronauts returned to Earth, they brought with them some souvenirs: rocks, pebbles, and dust from the moon's surface. These lunar samples have since been analyzed for clues to the moon's ...
Study shows Beijing haze linked directly to gaseous pollutants from traffic, industrial emissions
234 cattle genomes sequenced in Phase I of 1000 bull genomes project
Bigfoot hair samples mostly from bears, wolves
For those who believe in the yeti, the news can only be described as, well, abominable. Science has cast its methodical eye on samples of hair reputed to have been left by the Himalayan snowman of legend... ...
DNA study on mummies suggests climate instability drove ancient Peruvians to migrate
Study indicates Neolithic people from Near East migrated to Europe via island hopping
Study shows oxytocin spray promotes social bonding behavior in dogs
Misleading mineral may have resulted in overestimate of water in moon
The amount of water present in the moon may have been overestimated by scientists studying the mineral apatite, says a team of researchers led by Jeremy Boyce of the UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary and ...
Drill core evidence adds credence to iron fertilization hypothesis regarding last ice age
Contamination of impacted meteorites can happen quickly
A team of scientists has published the results of an investigative survey into the Sutter's Mill meteorite that landed in California in 2012.
Tropical trees may not be the carbon sink planet scientists have been hoping for
Paper details technique to date groundwater
(Phys.org) —Neil Sturchio, chair of the Department of Geological Sciences at University of Delaware, is co-author of a Nature Geoscience paper detailing a pioneering new technique to date groundwater.