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Galapagos giant tortoises, once on the brink of extinction, have made a comeback.
Everything you always wanted to know about the Dolly the cloned sheep and what came next, from a biomedical researcher and cloning expert.
What’s magnetic north would become magnetic south. Is Earth headed to a pole reversal? A look at the archaeological record in southern Africa provides clues.
The reach of forensic science’s is being extended back from crime scenes into prehistory to help unlock the mysteries of human evolution.
Answers to commonly asked questions about seeing one of nature’s wonders: the aurora borealis or northern lights.
Where’s the best place to see the August 21, 2017 eclipse? Here are 10 great viewing spots to gaze upon nature’s grandest spectacle, weather permitting.
Mars’ atmospheric pressure is less than 1% that of Earth, so spacecraft come down hard. Europe has been trying for a Mars’ soft landing since 2003. How they plan to succeed.
Like most life on Earth, our gut microbes have their own circadian rhythm. Disrupting that daily routine can be bad – and keeping it in balance can be good – for whole body.
Earth’s hottest periods occurred before humans existed. Those ancient climates would have been like nothing our species has ever seen.
Near the Arctic Circle, in northern Alaska, is where forests give way to tundra. Researchers are looking at how the warming climate might affect the ecology of this northern boundary.
Moon close to Mars on March 1