It's the oldest evidence of insects feeding on feathers.
Eighty of the known 96 species in this toad family are endangered, critically endangered or extinct in the wild.
The findings may prove to be revolutionary.
Swipe right on eugenics.
None of the most polluting countries is on track to meet the Paris Agreement goals
Human communication dynamics have changed substantially in the past few decades. It wasn't long ago that if you wanted to talk to someone, you needed to be physically next to...
Although the practice was criminalized in 2018, the law is rarely imposed and as a result, women are still forced to sleep outside or in 'special' huts during their menstruation....
"As we see more warm winters off the New England coast, fewer fishermen stay in business," the authors say.
The insight could be use to design indoor lights that synchronize with day-night cycles better or even improve mood.
"It's not very often that we're challenging ideas that are almost two hundred years old," says the team.
Although they are not able to conceive anymore, orca grandmothers boost the survival of their grand-offspring. Could this explain menopause?
Don't believe everything you think
Economies of scale and improved manufacturing methods are driving high energy storage prices down -- and fast!
There are about 700 ocean sites with low levels of oxygen, an IUCN report presented at COP25 reported.
As the Hans Sigrist Prize is claimed by Ignas Snellen for groundbreaking exoplanet research, the message is clear--the search for other worlds is heating up.
A business-as-usual scenario is no longer viable, according to the EU's Science Advisory Council.
Are Americans equally shocked by universal healthcare and decently priced services?
Key report at COP25 summarizes main insights behind climate change