The discovery of sediment layers in a seaside cave represents the longest record of tsunamis in the Indian Ocean, and the clearest record of tsunamis anywhere in the world.
FlatScope would be implanted between the skull and cortex in order to communicate with functioning areas of the brain that can process sight and sound.
This creature can survive the risk of extinction posed from all known major astrophysical catastrophes, and suggests what one potential form of extraterrestrial life might look like.
New research on animal cognition reveals that these smart birds can barter and plan for future events based on past experiences.
“Clean house” might be added to the “eat less, move more” mantra for losing weight, as new research finds common house dust promotes fat production.
New research suggests that age-related sleep disorders are maybe not disorders at all but instead are legacies of our evolutionary past, when they were beneficial.
A new study reveals patterns of sexual intimidation in chacma baboons that mirror behavior previously reported in chimpanzees and humans.
Razanandrongobe sakalavae — Razana for short — was able to take on the fiercest dinosaur predators about 165 million years ago.
Three carved human skulls found in southeastern Turkey provide evidence of reverential — or sinister — rituals tied to what was previously thought to be a typical hunter-gatherer society.
A study shows that chimps have more “fast-twitch” muscle fibers that enable sudden strength, while humans have more of the “slow-twitch” fibers that enhance endurance.