NASA’s Terra satellite found Vicky to be a shadow of its former self, devoid of precipitation around its low-level center.
African forest elephants, highly sociable animals, travel in small family groups to meet others at these muddy water sources, which are full of rich minerals they can’t find in the forests.
Some of the oldest remains of early human ancestors have been unearthed in Olduvai Gorge, a rift valley setting in northern Tanzania where anthropologists have discovered fossils of hominids that existed 1.8 million years ago.
The search for life beyond Earth has largely revolved around our rocky red neighbor. NASA has launched multiple rovers over the years, with a new one currently en route.
Any space, enclosed or open, can be vulnerable to the dispersal of harmful airborne biological agents
The Canadian Barley Research Coalition (CBRC) announced today it will invest $2.7 million over five years in the University of Saskatchewan’s Crop Development Centre (CDC).
If you hate washing windows, imagine the tedious task of scrubbing thousands of square feet of panels at a solar energy farm.
A human adult is made up of trillions of cells invisible to the human eye.
As COVID-19 swept across the world, scientists scrambled to learn as much as they could about the new disease and share their findings with policy-makers and the public.
For decades, the rocky north shore of Lake Huron has served as a lab and lecture hall for second-year University of Toronto students learning fundamental geological field skills.
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