Bone-eating worms that can devour an entire whale carcass were also feasting on prehistoric reptiles more than 100 million years ago, a new study finds. No one knows when the first Osedax worms started
Science News April 2, 2015, 6:09 PM GMT / Source: NBC News Hundreds of skeletons from a medieval graveyard have been discovered beneath Cambridge University in England. Archaeologists got a rare chance
The first thing you notice as you walk into the operating theatre is the smell. There isn’t one. There’s no whiff of chemical preservatives, no sniff of disinfectant and, reassuringly, no smell of bodies.
Egypt’s government has revealed plans to pay tribute to the country’s most famous symbol with a stunning addition to Cairo’s skyline: a skyscraper shaped like a pyramid. Renderings released last week a
Science News March 6, 2015, 10:14 PM GMT / Updated March 6, 2015, 10:05 PM GMT / Source: Live Science The 2,500-year-old lavish tomb and chariot of an ancient Celtic prince have been unearthed in France.
Archaeological team say they have set foot in a place untouched by humans for at least 600 years in a site that may be the ‘lost city of the monkey god’ Archaeologists have discovered two lost cities the
Brrrr... illiant! This winter is so cold. How cold is it? Thanks for asking. This winter is so cold that one lobster scientist in Maine has been trapped on her island home/research station for 32 days.
Humanity is about to experience a historically unprecedented spike in temperatures. That's the ominous conclusion of a vast and growing body of research that links sweeping Pacific Ocean cycles with rates
Photographer Edy Hardjo humanizes superhero toys in his hilarious, on-going series of images. Using high-quality action figures, the Indonesian creative poses characters from the Marvel and DC-comic universes