Mysterious 'fairy circles' stump scientists
Science & Nature
Scientists and volunteers endure strange circumstances to understand the needs of space travel.
In hopes of protecting more wildlife from automobile traffic, a new Web project is recruiting 'citizen scientists' to report roadkill from their bicycles.
Since massive amounts of organic material is trapped in permafrost worldwide, scientists fear that as it thaws it will release all of that stored carbon in the form of greenhouse gases.
Earth First environmental activists sit atop the stump of an old-growth coast redwood tree that was cut down by a logging company on Sept. 28, 1996, in Headwaters Forest, Calif.
By converting distant gamma-ray bursts to harp, cello and piano notes, NASA researchers say they've found a new way of 'listening to the universe.'
Biggest black hole blast could solve cosmic mystery #space #blackhole
The return of wildlife to nuclear disaster sites can be encouraging. But in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture, where wild boars never really went away, the impacts can be devastating.
Don't fall for the 'Mars Hoax' tonight.