There may be a new way to battle the spread of Zika and other deadly diseases transmitted by mosquitoes: Just scare them to death.
New animation from NASA illustrates thicker, older sea ice disappearing in the Arctic.
The team behind a project to build one of the world’s largest telescopes said on Monday it has chosen Spain’s Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean as a possible alternative to Hawaii.
A recent study on a male contraceptive injection was discontinued after reports of depression. Yet birth control methods for women that are on the market today have similar reports of depression. Are there differences to the way studies are undertaken?
A study of mice infected with Zika showed the virus caused lasting damage to key cells in the male reproductive system, resulting in shrunken testicles, lower levels of sex hormones and reduced fertility, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
After three decades being known as one of Canada’s top UFO experts, Chris Rutkowski doesn’t mind a bit of good-natured ribbing now and then.
Residents of New Delhi woke up to a blanket of smog on Monday as air quality deteriorated sharply overnight in India’s capital, triggering warnings that even healthy people were at risk of respiratory problems.
Do you waste water? Chances are you do. Here are a few statistics about our great natural resource.
People walking with a shuffling gait, concentrating only on one thing: eating. Specifically, eating you. How realistic is something like this?
Flying commuters like George Jetson could be whizzing to work through the sky less than 10 years from now, according to ride-services provider Uber, which believes the future of transportation is literally looking up.
Japanese researchers land for the first time on what used to be a rocky outcrop called Nishinoshima in the middle of the Pacific Ocean after two years of spectacular eruptions created an island 12 times its size.
Genes taken from archived blood samples show the U.S. AIDS epidemic started in New York in the early 1970s, definitively debunking the long-held belief that the virus was spread in the early 1980s by a flight attendant who became vilified as “Patient Zero” for seeding the U.S. outbreak.
Worldwide populations of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles have plunged by almost 60 percent since 1970 as human activities overwhelm the environment, the WWF conservation group said on Thursday.
Children exposed to a common type of antidepressant in the womb may be at an increased risk of complications soon after birth and years later, according to two new studies.
If you missed out on Tuesday night’s display of the northern lights, don’t fret: tonight you get a second chance.