Researchers seeking evidence for cancer in dinosaurs found it in a collection of bones at an Alberta paleontology museum.
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from Israel about what DNA reveals about the Dead Sea Scrolls’ parchment.
After years of warning, sea ice coverage and other indicators are beginning to push outside the bounds of the former “normal” climate
A U.N. report reveals that countries worldwide have failed to meet key conservation targets set for 2020
Chemical analyses of ancient sediments allowed scientists to put together one of the most comprehensive climate histories of the planet
The finding of a baby dinosaur fossil in the Arctic implies that some dinos nested in the region, which was milder than today but not toasty.
A study estimates that 200 million trees in the tropics are mowed down by lightning annually.
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from Antarctica about how there’s something funny about penguin poop.
Surface melting that causes fractures in the ice could threaten more than half of the continent’s floating ice platforms
Unchecked climate change, urban development and population rise could all contribute to more people being exposed to punishing heat
Deep-sea minerals, including nickel, copper, manganese and cobalt, are crucial to building clean-energy technologies
Sea ice loss could ultimately beat the record low season of 2012
Soap bubbles are sticky enough to carry a pollen payload and delicate enough to land on flowers without harm.
COVID-19-related lockdowns dampened human activity around the globe—giving seismologists a rare glimpse of the earth’s quietest rumblings. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Art museums are filled with centuries-old paintings with details of plants that today give us clues about evolution and breeding practices.
Meteorologists take advantage of weather data collected by commercial jetliners at different altitudes and locations. Fewer flights mean less data.
The research narrows the range for how much Earth’s average temperature may rise if CO2 levels are doubled
Originally published in August 1846
Originally published in November 1904