A large part of Antarctica is about to become an iceberg, according to new images from NASA. An chunk of ice twice the size of New York City is close to breaking off from its ice shelf, and when it goes it could destabilize the entire shelf, taking millions of tons of ice along with it.
Remains of some of the oldest ever frogs have been recovered by sifting through fragments of rock from Arizona.
Scientists are searching for answers after a dead humpback whale washed up on shore and was discovered in a Brazilian Amazon jungle.
Utilizing a constellation of satellites in low Earth orbit, Ubiquitilink claimed during a briefing at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that pretty much any phone from the last decade should be able to text and do other low-bandwidth tasks from anywhere, even in the middle of the ocean or deep in the Himalayas.
Why do zebras have stripes? For a long time, researchers assumed they were to confuse predators while zebras stood in herds. But increasingly, scientists are reaching a different conclusion: Stripes protect zebras from biting insects. A new study helps explain exactly how.
Evidence for man-made global warming has reached a “gold standard” level of certainty, adding pressure for cuts in greenhouse gases to limit rising temperatures, scientists said on Monday.
A 36-feet long humpback whale has been found dead in the Amazon jungle, miles from its natural habitat.
More than 100 years since it was last seen by humans, a species of giant tortoise has been found on the Galápagos island of Fernandina.
Israel will join the ranks of United States, China, and Russia if Beresheet successfully lands on the lunar surface. What are the scientific missions and the objectives behind the first privately funded mission to the moon?