Ancient rats lived with dinosaurs and chewed on their ribs, leaving bite marks behind.
Dinosaur graveyard bonanza! Paleontologists have unearthed what could be the world's largest dinosaur graveyard, a vast Cretaceous bone bed consisting of fossils from a plant-eating horned dinosaur.
Gulf oil spill is a crude reminder of the many ways humans are fouling the planet. Can Earth survive?
Gulf oil spill has affected nature in many ways, but it's the tiny organisms at the bottom of the food chain that are getting hit the hardest.
World Cup soccer balls will travel faster and straighter through Johannesburg's thin air, a NASA scientists has warned.
'Jaws' 35th anniversary already? In the summer of 1975, Jaws kept a lot of people out of the water.
Theory of Everything: In an attempt to reconcile quantum mechanics with general relativity, scientists dropped super-cold quantum gas down a five-story shaft.
Sense of direction, long thought to be a learned skill, seems to come factory-installed, a new study of baby rats indicates.
The butterfly wings contain tiny structures called gyroids that diffract sunlight like a crystal.
Plenty of research suggests the name chosen impacts a baby's life well into adulthood.