Inhale iron, exhale rust.
The story of life on Mars — if there ever was such a thing — may have started much earlier than thought.
The Earth’s great recycle bin.
We’re fishing for information in the deep seas.
Biology — it may literally be out of this world.
Europa’s almost as cold as your ex’s heart, just as frozen.
Mars may be more life-friendly than we thought.
The chances of it happening are pretty slim though.
Ancient volcanism offers a glimpse into the future effects of climate change.
The Earth’s ‘young’ phase might have been much shorter than we assume.
This is not about conspiracy theories, but a legitimate scientific concern.
An incoming mass extinction isn’t as hard to spot as we’d believed.
A team of researchers forced bacteria to create carbon-silicon bonds, and their experiment showcases why life on our planet chose carbon.
Why spread your seed across the Earth when you can spread it across space?
This is likely not our first brush with alien life.
The amazing discovery suggests that alien life might actually be common.
It’s as old as we can possibly find.
Not your everyday find.
Both Enceladus and Europa seem capable of supporting alien life, according to a major NASA announcement.