The world’s largest particle smasher restarted Sunday after a two-year upgrade.
John Burroughs, one of the first naturalists, was the first to say, “I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.”
Happy birthday April babies! Your birthstone, the diamond, is the rich cousin of graphite.
Should you spend a glorious summer day – or a cold, windy winter day – collecting beach-cast seabird carcasses in the name of citizen science? Maybe. Watch a video.
A lunar tetrad – four total lunar eclipses in a row – began a year ago. The third eclipse in this tetrad will take place on April 4, 2015.
The thing that got us off the hook? A big hot interception 200 million years ago.
The goal of the mission is to find out how the human body responds to a prolonged stay in space. Watch the launch, watch the arrival.
A new documentary film tracks the history and mission of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault – sometimes called the Doomsday Vault – and its founder Cary Fowler.
Ever wonder how high the highest points on Earth are, in contrast to the deepest manmade boreholes and ocean trenches? Check out this fascinating infographic.
Hominids didn’t spread across Africa, and then the entire globe, by utilizing just one foraging strategy or sticking to a precise mix of carbohydrates, proteins and fats