The new discovery adds to a growing pile of evidence that Mars may have been more hospitable to life in the distant past.
“The giant impact of a rocky planet was required to deliver the unique composition of life-essential elements to Earth.”
It's seven-feet long and can smash glass.
Humans produce an average of 900 pounds of feces a year, which could be used to help reverse a global decline in the amount of arable land.
The purpose of the bubble is ultimately to create large, extremely thin metallic surfaces to use as a building material in space.
Researchers have linked spiking groundwater uranium levels to agricultural runoff.
During the 1980s farming crisis, a group of renegade Heartland farmers radicalized conventional agriculture with one surprising crop: lentils.
Despite how it sounds, as far as capital punishment plans go, it’s actually a pretty sane choice.
It’s a bleak time to be a seafood lover: not only is overfishing reducing our menu options, but huge swaths of polluted ocean waters are killing off species, too. And global warming is speeding the process along.
Tropiculture, a horticultural business in Australia’s Northern Territory, is paying local businesses for their used cooking oil and turning it into plant food.
Philip Nitschke faces the revocation of his medical license for his role in one death, and police scrutiny of his role in another.
Suicide is legal, but assisting suicide is murder. So how does euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke sell his suicide equipment? According to him, it's for home brewing.