Humans are not off the Hook for Extinctions of Large Herbivores – then or Now
The Conversation What triggered the decline and eventual extinction of many megaherbivores, the giant plant-eating mammals that roamed the EarthRead more.
In Astrophysics Milestone, First Photo of Black Hole Expected
Reuters WASHINGTON – Scientists are expected to unveil on Wednesday the first-ever photograph of a black hole, a breakthrough inRead more.
Team in Florida Captures Huge Python Using Tracking Devices
AFP MIAMI: Researchers in Florida using a new approach to combating a destructive invasion by enormous pythons have captured oneRead more.
Hedwig Kohn: Google Doodle Remembers Exceptional Life of Remarkable Physicist on Her 132nd Birthday
The Independent Physicist Hedwig Kohn is being honoured with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 132nd birthday.Read more.
Mummified Mice and more in Latest Egyptian Tomb Discovery
Reuters SOHAG, Egypt: Archaeologists on Friday unveiled a well preserved and finely painted tomb thought to be from the earlyRead more.
Iran Expands Evacuations as New Rains to Worsen Floods
Reuters DUBAI: Iran moved on Saturday to evacuate more towns and villages threatened by floods after forecasts for more rainsRead more.
Saudi Arabia Shines a Light on Future of Solar Power
Caline Malek DUBAI: Saudi Arabia is embracing a new, more efficient way to harness solar power for electricity, inspired byRead more.
Children in S. Asia Hardest Hit by Air Pollution, Says Study
AFP HONG KONG: Air pollution will shorten the life expectancy of children born today by an average of 20 monthsRead more.
A Saudi School with Top Marks for Sustainability
Caline Malek ABU DHABI: From solar panels to recycling water, a Saudi school is instilling vital sustainability practices in itsRead more.