Baby sharks eat land-based songbirds

Baby shark, doo doo doo doo doo doo — eats birds.

Solar plasma observations bring us one step closer to stable fusion generators

We’re basically copying off of Nature.

Wild chimpanzees learned how to crack open tortoises — and they’re sharing the knowledge among themselves

Cracking open a turtle-y one with the boys.

New electricity-based method to produce hydrogen could slash 1% of the world’s CO2 emissions

1% might sound small, but taken on a planetary level — it’s a whole lot.

Huge underwater eruption created giant volcano off the coast of Africa

This is one of the most exciting volcanic areas in the world.

The man who is ageing too fast

Nobuaki Nagashima has Werner syndrome, which causes his body to age at super speed.

Study finds distinct microbes living near corals

Each coral species has a distinct microbial population, researchers found.

New method preserves vaccines without refrigeration

Vaccines stored in thin sheets of sugar survived for months exposed to temperatures of 40°C.

Researchers create fuel from water, CO2, and artificial photosynthesis

The technology isn’t yet ready for the market — but it’s not far off, either.

Climate warming is definitely, for sure, no doubt about it, our fault, says new study

More like “yet another new study.”

Farmers actually work more than hunter-gatherers, have less leisure time

Toil all day, very little pay.

Scientists pinpoint China as major source of banned ozone-depleting chemicals

A mysterious and alarming uptick in dangerous chlorine-based chemicals has been tracked down to eastern China.

The first fungi may be a billion years old

Extraordinary microfossils found in Canada could reshape our understanding of life.

Algeria and Argentina are now malaria-free

The two countries join many others who have recently eliminated malaria from within their borders.

Medicinal plants used in the Civil War can stomp our modern antibiotic-resistant germs

Old tricks, new ways to implement them.

When faced with high gravity, cells get “thicker skin” by strengthening their membranes

Unlike humans, who seem to develop it under pressure.

Do stress balls really work?

You seem them in every corporate office but do these squishy foam balls actually relieve stress?

This AI sounds just like Joe Rogan — and the possibilities are disturbing

Impressive and scary at the same time. Brace yourself for a new era of fraud.

Polyamorous relationships may be more fullfilling than monogamous ones (for a time at least)

The best of both worlds — but is it that simple?

Supermarkets in Thailand start using leaves as packaging instead of plastic

It’s sustainable both environmentally and economically.