Scientists at University of Oxford found that great tits value their relationships more than food.
A new study suggests that mass extinction of ancient larger animals led to the dominance of tiny species.
Scientists have recorded wind speeds seven times the speed of sound hurtling around exoplanet HD 189733b.
Scientists watched debris re-enter Earth's atmosphere in a fiery blaze and land in the Indian Ocean.
The liquid may be able to capture notorious greenhouse gases like methane.
Part of Pluto's 'heart' appears to have been resurfaced recently.
The Zachariae Isstrom glacier is melting, and the results will have a significant global impact.
The first gamma-ray pulsar spotted outside the Milky Way is breaking records.
A new study examines how far-reaching effects of diminished snowpack could be.
A new, Venus-like planet has been found in our cosmic neighborhood. The exoplanet's hot surface and atmosphere has led astronomers to draw some comparisons to planets in our solar system.
Scientists find clues in volcanic rocks that suggest the origins of Earth's water can be traced back to our planet's birth.
These two newly discovered stars were born 13.6 billion years ago, say astronomers – just 200 million years after the Big Bang.
Researchers map an ancient river system hidden deep under the sands of the western Sahara desert.
The widespread genetic diversity present in the early cacao tree is good news for the modern chocolate industry, scientists say.
The discovery of a new species, Probrachylophosaurus bergei, could shed new light on the evolution of duckbilled dinosaurs.
Scientists report the discovery of the most distant dwarf planet, which may join a club of solar system objects whose orbits cannot yet be explained.
From atop a Chilean mountain, the Giant Magellan Telescope help scientists expand humankind's understanding of space.
MIT astronomers welcomed GJ 1132b, a rocky exoplanet roughly the size of Earth, to our galactic neighborhood.
Honeybee clues: Researchers find chemical evidence of beeswax in fragments of Neolithic clay pots.
A pair of quantum scientists calculating the energy levels of a hydrogen atom at the University of Rochester have discovered a 360-year-old formula for pi in their equations.
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