It's all about the oxygen.
As the world tries to find more eco-friendly alternatives to pesticides, a team of Russian and Indian scientists has an interesting idea.
A giant raft of light rocks is heading towards Australia -- and that's a good thing.
This is amazing -- and a bit scary.
It's amazing what you can do with one fossil.
After all, the Earth was once a snowball too.
The findings show that plate tectonics started 3.3 billion years ago, coinciding with the period when life started on Earth.
These are among the best images of this kind.
Every once in a while, a scientific matter will spill into the courtroom — this is the case with the “dueling dinosaurs” fossil.
The permafrost is like a graveyard. Some of that graveyard is waking up.
Tamu Massif is forcing geologists to re-think a classic volcano formation theory.
The aquifer stretches at least from the shore of Massachusetts to New Jersey.
We're hoarding all the supply.
Volcanic craters act as giant horns that emit intense low-frequency sounds.
Lightning may not strike two times in the same place -- but tsunami sure does.