Marine biologists have found evidence of a previously unobserved deep-sea migration route more than 4,500 feet beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, according to a new paper. Continue reading Scientists Find Evidence of Deep-Sea Fish Migration Route
The Trump Administration’s early reaction to the outbreak of a new coronavirus that’s near certain to hit the U.S. hard hasn’t been great, to put it lightly. Continue reading A Coronavirus Vaccine Should Be Free, Not ‘Affordable’
Scientists have discovered nitrogen- and oxygen- containing organic molecules in ice grains blown out by Saturn’s moon Enceladus, according to a new study. Continue reading Scientists Uncover New Organic Molecules Coming Off Saturn’s Moon Enceladus
For the first time, a government is supporting a plan to create animal embryos with human cells and bring them to term, resulting in a type of humanimal known as a human-animal chimera. Continue reading Japan Approves Scientist’s Plan to Create World’s First Humanimals
giant earthquake will strike California this summer. Skyscrapers will topple, the Hoover Dam will crumble and a massive tsunami will wash across the Golden Gate Bridge. Or at least, that’s the scenario that will play out on the big screen in San Andreas. Continue reading What Will Really Happen When San Andreas Unleashes the Big One?
Scientists have spotted one of the most distant (and therefore the youngest) example of merging galaxies yet observed, according to new results. Continue reading Astronomers Peer Back 13 Billion Years and See Two Galaxies Colliding
A well-preserved head belonging to an ancient species of Pleistocene wolf has been pulled from the permafrost of northeastern Siberia. The enormous, well-preserved head could yield important genetic information about the evolutionary history of wolves and the origin of domesticated dogs. Continue reading Huge, Shaggy Head of 30,000-Year-Old Wolf Unearthed in Siberia