There's more to a mountain than the summit.
Two years after its big quake, Christchurch is still trembling.
The wonderful world of mucus
A lone cedar embodies the determination and resilience of the Ojibwe people.
Human evolution was not a special case of anything.
By clearing out vegetation, wildfires increase the vulnerability of soils to erosion and flooding.
Global fires may have doomed dinosaurs and much other life after giant meteorite struck Earth 66 million years ago
Even at an early evolutionary stage, bird-like dinosaurs occupied different niches in the same ecosystem,
Dung beetles use light from the MIlky Way to find their way
Discoveries of more complete remains of cartilagenous fishes have shed new light on the prehistory of sharks and their relatives.
New studies of the white shark (aka great white) show that its social life and hunting strategies are complex
With suggestions that Americans turn to economic account some of the smaller species of the Atlantic Coast
A Paleontologist's Rendezvous with History and Prehistory in St. Louis
Research that lets us appreciate human individuality
The ghost of the most gigantic animal that ever walked the earth is conjured to life when a lone fossil hunter tracks down the first true footprints left by this stupendous creature, and thrills to the romance of a great discovery.
A mammoth tusk is discovered during an excavation for a new building
Florida Museum of Natural History Study Provides New Insight.
The badlands of southeastern Utah, home to part of the
dinosaur-rich layer of rocks called the Morrison Formation
With the spotlight on ’rithmetic, there are now free online sites where you can practice your math skills.
Alternatives to surgery for treating joint pain from arthritis
An Internet guide to the importance of "gaze" in robot-human interactions
An Internet guide to the Iron Age Centic culture