The two-ton plant-eater Machairoceratops cronusi had four horns and lived 77 million years ago. A new species of horned dinosaur has been unearthed by scientists in southern Utah. Remains of the animal,
Among other things, Floris van den Berg will be studying whether his crewmates remember how to fly a Soyuz after spending time in the environment. One thousand kilometres from the Antarctic coast, a 12-strong
Australian environment minister Greg Hunt has been accused of going silent on climate change as the cause of dying coral in the Great Barrier Reef after a bleaching alert was raised to its highest level.
More than 400 life-like sculptures rest eerily on the ocean floor, recently installed off the coast of Lanzarote, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, to create the Museo Atlantico, the first underwater art
In his series Last Stop, George Georgiou photographs striking ‘micro-dramas’ around London – all from one of the city’s iconic red buses. For more than 10 years, George Georgiou lived largely in his car.
I can't tell you what a good dream feels like because I've never had one. My college commencement ceremony is in two hours. I'm screwed. Somehow, I'm three credits short and there's no way I'm walking
Multiple firsts for NASA. For the first time ever, the latest class of NASA astronauts is half female. And the coolest part about it? In 15 years, they could be on the first team to go to Mars. NASA only
A bit of a rough ride, but that was the point. Look, I'll be honest: I went into this expecting an epic video of a badass drone tearing around the gorgeous, glistening blue guts of a glacier. It was not
The frog genus Frankixalus has been found in four northeast Indian states but could now be under threat due to human development For more than a century, two mysterious tree frog specimens collected by
Instagram and travel are inextricably tied. There’s just something about exotic locations that make for Insta magic. I like to imagine Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker in The Social Network saying, “Gazing
By Peter Holley Peter Holley Technology reporter Email Bio Follow For the first time since 1974, nobody reached the top of the world's tallest mountain last year — a period during which tragedy, government