Invasive silver carp have been moving north toward the Great Lakes since their accidental release in the 1970s.
If you’re one of Australia’s 1.4 million shiftworkers, eating at irregular times is just par for the course – but have you ever stopped to think about the impact this might have on your body?
A recently completed study indicates that Finnish children who spend a lot of time in front of screens have a heightened risk for overweight and abdominal obesity, regardless of the extent of their physical activity.
Researchers have designed plastic-based materials that can store natural gas more effectively.
The ability to learn new motor skills is a lifelong prerequisite for mastering everyday tasks independently and flexibly.
Green turtles are more likely to swallow plastic that resembles their natural diet of sea grass, new research suggests.
Though the brain is a very slow machine, its capabilities exceed typical state-of-the-art, ultrafast artificial intelligence algorithms.
For years, the University of Toronto’s Elizabeth Edwards and her team have been developing a potent mix of microbes that can chow down on toxic chemicals.
The fear predators inspire in their prey can leave long-lasting traces in the brains of wild animals, comparable to effects seen in humans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Lodgepole pines attacked by mountain pine beetles release volatile chemical compounds to warn related trees of the incoming threat, according to a new University of Alberta study.
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