Scientists have reconstructed the evolutionary history of the mountain ranges and seas in the region
That was a close call...
From the memories of flowers to the sociability of trees
A new paper suggests that the mysterious X17 subatomic particle is indicative of a fifth force of nature
Julie Gardham Senior Assistant Librarian at University of Glasgow's Special Collections Department takes a look at John Bate's "The Mysteries of Nature and Art"
Life gets busy wherever it can, even under thick ice cover in Antarctica
What at first seems like terrible housekeeping turns out to be a clever ploy to fend off huge predators, which can otherwise easily destroy a hive
Its perseverance is rewriting the history of life, and of ice, across the continent
The study suggests that we should start investigating worlds larger than the Earth whose atmospheres are dominated by hydrogen