The data suggest that the organic compounds that eventually translated into organisms here on Earth existed in the early solar system, says scientist.
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A Boston University biology professor says the movie is “a turning point for ants in cinema,” although he has a few quibbles with the science.
White shark populations are growing. Here’s why that’s good news.
They’re calling them pentaquarks. What you need to know of the latest discovery about the tiny particles that make up our world.
The Rosetta team is hoping that a software patch will help re-establish reliable contact with the little Philae lander, lodged somewhere on the comet’s surface.
Scientific arguments suggest that alien civilizations should be common in our galaxy. If so, where is everybody? That question is known as the Fermi paradox.
Any drop in solar activity will be dwarfed by the impact of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, says Jim Wild of Lancaster University.
Moon might harbor bits blasted off Earth billions of years ago. These lunar time capsules could hold secrets of what Earth was like as life first emerged.
Cities adapt to growing ranks of coyotes, cougars and other urban wildlife
New findings help explain how parrots, just like humans, can talk and dance.