They argue for new “narrative” so world can better prepare for dangerous climate change impacts. It took a long time for nations to set a speed limit on the road to a warming world. But for the past four
If you thought the mathematical proofs you did in high school were long, you haven't seen the newest one out of the University of Liverpool — computer scientists Alexei Lisitsa and Boris Konev came up
These remarkable photos of professional ice-climbers tackling huge frozen waterfalls and icefalls in Eidfjord, Norway, were created by photographer Thomas Senf. He used spotlights and flares to illuminate
Take a second and watch older Arctic sea ice -- represented by white and lighter colors -- expand and retreat in this animation. By the end of the time-lapse, it's strikingly clear that older sea ice declined
Berlin may still be one of the best-value cities in Europe but, for visitors, those euros can start to add up after days of museum-hopping and nights of clubbing. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways
Straight away we'll say that this isn't a top 10 list. There are just far too many styles of buildings, each worthy of a top 50: sacred buildings, homes, skyscrapers, theatres... Instead, this is a list
Most people think of O’ahu strictly as a beach vacation interspersed with hiking and awash with cocktails. But what they don't realise is that there is a lot going on that has nothing to do with the island’s
Travel Name: Monti Sibillini National Park Location: Italy Date Established: 1993 Size: 276 square miles (714 square kilometers) Did You Know? • Namesake Mount Sibilla is named for a legendary prophetess
The Capitol Hill crackdown on sexual assaults in the U.S. military has been a rare mission on which Republicans and Democrats have found common ground over the past year. The effort, spearheaded by Senate
Recent questions over the activities of creationist organisations in the UK, and a public debate in the US have stirred up a host of stories on both sides of the Atlantic over the evidence for evolution.
A geological guide to Jupiter's moon Ganymede Fancy a trip to see Punt crater? This map will show you the way, though you're on your own for arranging transportation. This is a map of Ganymede, one of
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Let’s face it. It’s easy to take for granted that mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish - vertebrates just like people - have a face. But it has not always been the case.
Vacuums of reliable information and sexism in popular culture can have serious consequences for women's health. Laci Green grabs a thin sheet of latex, stretches it over the end of an empty toilet paper