Palm oil is the most commonly produced oil in the world, and one of the most controversial.
From the comfort and safety of your own home, you can now explore Walt Disney World all by yourself.
A type of rock from Earth's interior that's known for its embedded diamonds also holds clues to a missing puzzle piece from a continent that fragmented more than 150 million years ago.
Very little is known about how plastic moves under the ocean's surface. But that's where 99% of it ends up, and scientists are trying to model how it flows.
Scientists compared Lego bricks that washed up from the ocean with mint-condition bricks and found that the blocks can survive underwater for 100 to 1,300 years.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck northern Utah this morning. It was the state's largest quake since 1992.
A hiker in Hawaii rediscovered evidence of a 1935 attempt to use bombs to redirect a lava flow from Mauna Loa's flank.
Thirty years of satellite data shows ice loss in Antarctica and Iceland has increased by sixfold since the 1990s, putting us on the 'worst case' climate scenario.
From ice storms turning a lake into "Narnia" to the biggest bang since the Big Bang, here are amazing images from this week in science.
Here's everything you've ever wanted to know about daylight saving time (often misspelled as "savings"), including times, dates, its history and more.
Rangeomorph fossils from 38 dig sites showed a mysterious 'social network' of interconnected strings, new research shows.
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