The rat-like creature — called a cynodont after its huge canine teeth — walked the earth with dinosaurs in the Triassic period.
Worshiping Santa Muerte has become a common thread among Mexico's criminal factions and, at times, its marginalized groups.
Australia's Astronomical Society has awarded its revered Page Medal to two amateur astronomy projects for the first time in its history.
A study conducted by researchers sought to determine whether these food-grade plastic films can also be a source of the particles.
The temblor and resulting tsunami caused thousands of deaths and as much as $3.5 billion to $7 billion in damages, adjusted for inflation.
A new agreement between the Mexican Navy and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) has given new hope for the survival of the species.
Scientists have tracked Caspian terns' migration routes and concluded that the birds' choice of flight paths is "cultural."
Non-native cultivars of squash could crowd out native squashes already adapted to Egyptian growing conditions and practices.
A transgenic lettuce may address bone loss not only for space travelers but also patients on Earth.
Getting relief from painful kidney stones may soon be possible with an in-office procedure that does not require anesthesia.
Researchers have compared climate records and found a connection with isotopes stored in filter-feeding whale tissue.
Quantum charging may have applications far beyond cars and electronics, including fusion power plants
The emerald ash borer is expected to make ash trees extinct, as scientists call on cities to plant alternative species.
Scientists at the University of Louvain developed MitoQ, which prevents the reawakening of terminal cancer cells.
The world's biggest trees have leaves dedicated to absorbing water as well as leaves dedicated to photosynthesis.
3D imaging of grasshoppers' mandibles avoids the destruction of samples and may be used with other species.
Rhesus monkeys were found to have changed at the molecular level following Hurricane Maria.
The large increase in shark bites and deaths in 2021 can be attributed to the growing number of people enjoying beaches.
The extreme heat event killed hundreds of penguins in Argentina.
A newly documented "harsh and irregular" sound is emitted by honey bees to rally defenses when giant hornets attack.
Volcanic fields pepper the southwestern U.S., posing a risk of new eruptions that could cause widespread devastation.
A new study offers clues about why human beings are so talkative.
The future may see a 'Photoshop' of digitized recipes for printing food.
These researchers who have found a way to turn foot traffic into electricity.
Before they hatch, baby birds learn songs they will sing months or even years later.
Scientists ask amateur astronomers to help seek clues about the origin of water, among other celestial mysteries.