The added weight from melting land ice has depressed the seafloor about 0.005 inches annually between 1993 and 2014, demonstrating the large-scale impacts of climate change.
California researchers engineered cells from mice and humans to fold, coil, and ripple, which could advance efforts to grow tissue and organs.
Scientists have long sought to unravel the mysteries of water, and researchers at Stockholm University say the compound's odd behavior stems from its ability to exist in two, liquid states.
Organic farming has been promoted as good for health and the environment, but research suggests it could also meet global food demand under certain conditions.
Experiments with mice showed that pairs of rodents established and adhered to rules that led to mutual reward.
Quasi-legal status and a lack of regulatory oversight have allowed marijuana cultivation to take place within sensitive ecosystems.
The technology could help reduce the spread of infectious disease in regions lacking sewage systems, and also help in recovery efforts after disasters.
Genetic analysis of grains found at archeological sites shows that einkorn was domesticated as many as 30,000 years ago and barley as many as 21,000 years ago.
Jane includes never-before-seen footage of Goodall studying wild chimpanzees in Tanzania in the 1960s, which changed our understanding of primates — and humans.
A 374-million-year-old fossil reveals that the earliest trees on Earth lacked the internal rings that we've come to see as the signature feature of trees.