Sci-Tech

Marine Food Webs Are Collapsing as Ocean Temperatures Rise
A new study has found that levels of commercial fish stocks could be harmed as rising sea temperatures affect their source of food.University of Adelaide scientists have demonstrated how climate change can drive the collapse of marine “food webs”.Published in the open access journal PLOS Biology, the study’s lead author...
Read more »

Newest Stories

New High-Performance Catalyst for Hydrogen Production Is a Step Low Cost Hydrogen Fuel

The Earliest Tomb of A Scythian Prince Discovered

Chalk, salamanders, and sauropods at The Last Bookstore

OMNH 1811, a Camarasaurus dorsal from Black Mesa

It’s that time of year…

Listen to Mark Hallett and Matt Wedel on the I Know Dino podcast

Tutorial 17: preparing illustrations. Part 4: go big

The giant brachiosaur cervical of Arches National Park

OMNH 1670, a fat shark, the past, and the future

On Mars: Numerous Fossils, Artifacts, Concrete Blocks, etc.

Moderate earthquake - Taiwan - January 17, 2018

"Golden Spike"Marking Beginning of the Anthropocene Era Will Be Found Somewhere Between 1952 and 1955 Say Researchers

Giant Burrowing Bat Fossils Found

Minor earthquake - Chignik Lake, Alaska - January 17, 2018

DNA Results End 4,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Mystery

Ancient Mandible Reveals the Complexity of the Neanderthals’ Origin

Moderate earthquake - Tajikistan - January 17, 2018

Moderate earthquake - Southern Xinjiang, China - January 16, 2018

Minor earthquake - San Juan, Argentina - January 17, 2018

Minor earthquake - Costa Rica - January 17, 2018

Moderate earthquake - Sulawesi, Indonesia - January 17, 2018

4th Day Was Not So Brilliant For Indian Squad Touring South Africa

Mass Graves Yield Probable Cause of Early Colonial-Era Mexican Epidemic

How Life Began on Earth: A New Plausible Explanation

Moderate earthquake - Offshore Sucre, Venezuela - January 17, 2018

Nearly all members of U.S. National Park Service advisory panel resign in frustration – “Our requests to engage have been ignored and the matters on which we wanted to brief the new Department team are clearly not part of its agenda”

Where do the names of our months come from?

Moderate earthquake - Western Xizang - January 17, 2018

Minor earthquake - Tarapaca, Chile - January 17, 2018

Ancient Sharks More Diverse Than Once Thought: 385-Million-Year-Old Specimen May Have Fed On Particles, Not Prey

Register