Medicine & TechnologyA recent study on phtotsynthesis revealed a beneficial energy conversion process that could help crop plants more resilient against stress, bacterias, and even climate change extremities.
Archaeologists examined Neanderthal tools from 50,000 years ago found in the Swabian Jura mountain range and discovered that Middle Paleolithic Neanderthals once employed complex tool-making techniques.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 has left marine life in the region still feeling the impacts of the devastating effect, particularly the oysters that developed debilitating tissue abnormalities called metaplasia.
A team of international researchers have, for the first time, successfully sequenced the Kakapo's genomes revealing that the small poulation and 10,000 years of inbreeding have eradicated devestating mutations.
Zoo Aquarium Madrid welcomed giant panda twins six decades after the historic live birth in captivity of a giant panda in 1963 in Beijing Zoo. They are so tiny that they looked like screaming jelly beans.