If you think cats are antisocial, it’s probably you, new study concludes

It’s probably your fault — of course.

We can eradicate malaria — but we need to use new tricks

Improvise, adapt, eliminate.

The North Sea could become the UK’s largest battery — one that lasts for the whole winter

It would be green, too!

New research shows air pollution sours our mood and makes us unhappy

The study was performed on Chinese cities — but the air pollution problem is very much a global one.

Paleontologists discovered a new species of ancient shark — and it was so, so tiny

“[Its] teeth are the size of a sand grain. Without a microscope you’d just throw them away,” says one of its discoverers.

Leading economists urgently call for a tax on carbon

The world’s leading economists are saying we should tax carbon. The politicians say we shouldn’t.

Why are there mammals that lay eggs?

Nature always finds a way.

What’s Really Affecting Climate Change & How Can We Fix It?

It’s the issue of our generation.

Engineers study the in-depth structure of wings to make better adhesive materials

“We believe that these structures could serve as inspiration for an interlocking one-directional adhesive or a material with directionally tailored permeability,” the team said.

Diet check: the whale shark is more “vegetarian” than we thought

This could be very important for saving the world’s biggest fish.

Averting catastrophic climate change might be possible — but only if we phase out fossil fuels immediately

Possible? Yes. Is it realistic? Not really. Should we try anyway? Hell yes!

Over half of the world’s wild coffee faces extinction, new research finds

We’re not facing a shortage of coffee right now, but scarcity is possible in the near future.

Traditional zebra-like tattoos protect tribes-people from insect bites

A stripe a day keeps the bug bites away!

Some corals seem to love the taste of plastic — and we’re not sure why

Why do some corals find plastic so tasty?

Urban areas can do a lot to support bees and other pollinators, new study concludes

“Plant more flowers!” — scream the bees.

Antarctica is losing six times more ice than 40 years ago

There’s enough ice in Antarctica to raise sea levels by 60 meters — and it’s now on a slippery slope.

Romeo, once the loneliest the frog in the world, finds a mate!

A modern amphibian love story with a happy ending.

Study: People most opposed to GMOs think they’re very knowledgeable — in fact, it’s the opposite

The findings are consistent with the psychology of extremism.

Meat-eating rabbits: study finds that the fluffy creatures are not exactly “herbivores”

Talk about a shocker!

Scientists learn how horrible face cancer spreads among Tasmanian devils

The research could be a game-changer in the fight to save the devils.