Raven Baxter, a.k.a. “Raven the Science Maven,” is a role model for many with her music video, science teaching and other work. Having ADHD, she says, has helped her creativity.
The bird would have lived between 27.3 million and 34.6 million years ago in Zealandia, an ancient continent now almost entirely submerged beneath the South Pacific Ocean.
Reusing instead of throwing away food seems an obvious environmental improvement. But more studies need to be done on how effective upcycling is.
The compound could be used to create bricks or act as a mortar that binds existing rocks together, helping astronauts create habitats that would protect them against the elements.
The discovery was a scientific breakthrough, although his Nobel was controversial. Some said at least a share of the prize should have gone to one of his graduate students.
Entomologists say they haven’t seen an outbreak this aggressive since the 1970s.
Firefighters are attempting to save General Sherman and other ancient trees in California by wrapping their bases in aluminum.
Colossal, which has received at least $15 million from investors, has set out to edit the Asian elephant’s DNA, inserting traits from the woolly mammoth.
The stunning rescue happened during the University of Miami's home opener on Sept. 11.
Nicknamed “Muga dhambi,” it has endured as many as 80 cyclones and 99 coral bleaching events, scientists say.
More animals across the country have been receiving vaccine doses, as zoos respond to and try to prevent coronavirus outbreaks among animal populations.
The reptile had become a beloved fixture at Okefenokee Swamp Park in Georgia.
Museum researchers discover the previous existence of a fashionable hat and items that underscored the wealth and influence that eventually led to Antoine Lavoisier’s execution.
The U.S. Geological Survey’s website may contain everything you ever wanted to know about the seismic shifts of Earth. But it doesn’t offer any predictions about when they occur.
His studies advanced research on cancer, diabetes and drugs to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs.
The autumnal equinox will occur Sept. 22, signaling the end of more than 90 days of summer.
Triantha occidentalis sets a deathtrap for small insects just beneath its flower
Virginia wildlife officials have given bird lovers the greenlight to put their feeders back up. But they still don’t know what caused the crisis.
Among examples researchers found: Birds with larger eyes need to see prey from far away while those with smaller eyes spend more time in the sky and glaring sun.
The tiny organisms can contaminate shellfish, deplete the amount of oxygen in water, sicken pets and irritate people’s skins, lungs and even nervous systems.