Web Analytics
Group of scientists saysquotwe have 3 yrs to save the planet from

Group of scientists saysquotwe have 3 yrs to save the planet from

<

Muir glacier 2 Alaska

90 years later, Vladimir Lenin's body is still maintained by a Russian lab

Sign up to the Green Light email to get the planet's most important stories

How To Make Your Kids Smarter: 10 Steps Backed By Science

A car moves along the Extraterrestrial Highway near Rachel, Nevada, on the east side

David Icke warns that AI could take over mankind by 2018

Karen Tay shared

Geostorm2. “

Days on Earth ...

slide 3 - Hemispheric View of Venus

Blood ...

Painting With Penicillin: Alexander Fleming's Germ Art | Science | Smithsonian

Tech billionaires convinced we live in the Matrix are secretly funding scientists to help break us out of it | The Independent

Most of the K2 target stars will have never before been searched for planets, providing a new opportunity to find distant worlds.

If accepted as Homo sapien, the jaw-dropping jawbone would push back the human exodus out of Africa by nearly 100,000 years

During the epidemic soldiers with a mild strain stayed where they were, while the severely

Environment

Messages received from aliens could ruin life on Earth, scientists warn

The South China Tiger Is Functionally Extinct. Stuart Bray Has 19 of Them

Dinosaur mysteries. “

100,000 years ago, giant sloths, wombats and cave hyenas roamed the world. What drove them all extinct?

NGSS Geologic Time Scale Card Sort

Indigenous Australians. “

The Science of Crying

Scientists Say They Can Recreate Living Dinosaurs Within the Next 5 Years

Scientists Bryon Donohoe and Nic Rorrer taking samples from a PET bottle as part of their

An illustration of the Upward Sun River camp in what is now Interior Alaska.

Research, news and analysis from this week's edition of the world's leading science ...

clothesline

7.

Group of adolescents posing for a selfie

GLOBE Student Research Campaign — Water in Our Environment Audience: K-12 Educators Campaign Dates: Now Through June 30, 2018

Science & Innovation

Sign up for Lab Notes - the Guardian's weekly science update

Girl with hayfever

Having children is one of the most destructive things you can to do the environment, say researchers | The Independent

The 50 Best Apps of the Year

HIV is currently treated with drugs taken daily that only supress the disease

A Komodo dragon lounges near the Komodo National Park welcome center on Rinca Island. Photo: Rachel Nuwer

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but good marketing can do wonders

Dental, dietary and environmental clues help explain why the world's largest ape vanished

Two views of a composite reconstruction of the earliest known Homo sapiens fossils from Jebel Irhoud (Morocco) based on micro computed tomographic scans of ...

There's more going on here than you might suspect. (Photo: Nomodus photos)

North face of Mt. Denali and fall colored tundra with early morning light filtered by

Before the official report came out, the popular scientist took to the presses to paint a dire picture of what nuclear war might look like

A roadside collection of alien dolls and toy UFO saucers is seen next to a roadside

Does Military Sonar Kill Marine Wildlife?

Although ...

Europe before World War II[edit]. Influential female scientists born in ...

Classic Space Opera

Exclusive: World's first baby born with new “3 parent” technique. Shadow of a family swinging a child

Lovebirds. “

What's in a horse's snort? At last, scientists have the answer

Students pose in a group with banners featuring Mars and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO

Fossil jawbone

Atom Illustration. “

There Is No Cure for HIV—But Scientists May Be Getting Closer

How to start a lab when funds are tight

Efforts to label the human epoch have ignited a scientific debate between geologists and environmentalists

Trees

Volcanic Eruption

Science Says Parents of the Most Successful Kids Do These 10 Things | Inc.com

GETTY*YouTube

Cognitive scientists suggest that we name the colors of things we want to talk about

Putin: The one-man show the West doesn't understand

Science says parents of successful kids have these 13 things in common

Google Spent Years Studying Effective Teams. This Single Quality Contributed Most to Their Success | Inc.com

A mushroom cloud over an ocean

In the US and Europe, 500,000 patients have stents for stable chest pain, and there were a lot of questions about whether the devices actually alleviate ...

Partial skeleton remains from an ancient burial site

Maxim Shemetov / Reuters

In session: The vaccine court—like vaccines themselves—stands by to help

ufo paul hellyer

Many respondents described have no vital signs, yet being able to 'see' what

Latest trial of an 'anti-aging' pill shows this one might actually work

WATCH: Here's how the Doomsday Clock changed from 1947 up to last year.

A drummer marching at the Twelfth in Belfast

Science Says This 5-Second Rule Will Make Your Brain Stop Procrastinating (Thomas K.) | Inc.com

Beyond Death: The Science of the Afterlife

The ramifications of the proposed route have environmentalists worried, and for good reason

Thousands of Earth microbes hitched a ride aboard the Curiosity rover. Can they survive on Mars?

The scientists note the whole process takes about an hour, during which “semen [is] ejaculated several times.” Now we can add marathon copulation to the ...

Revealed: The serious science behind a baby's laugh

Stephen Hawking in December 2006. He died on March 14, 2018. David Silverman/Getty Images

How we loved this dog into a genetic bind

Alfred Wegener, in Greenland. “

WIRED's biggest stories delivered to your inbox.

Dana Hashmonay, now 21, took a medical leave during her sophomore year of college

Does Hunting Help or Hurt the Environment?

Astronomers are arguing about whether they can trust this untested—and potentially untestable—idea

Ghostly Visitors