The newfound bacteria might shed light on how chlamydia came to infect host organisms, like us.
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.
Twenty-two are dead, more are missing, and many more are injured after a supercell storm spawned a series of tornadoes early Tuesday morning, including one that struck downtown Nashville.
There's been a sharp drop in air pollution over China since the acceleration of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, and satellites can see it from space.
Researchers explored three canyons thousands of feet below the water in Southern Australia, revealing both thriving gardens of coral and ashen fossil graveyards.
Chemicals in ancient ocean rocks hint that 3.2 billion years ago, the surface of a baby Earth was continent-free and covered by a global ocean.
Researchers discovered an uncharted island beneath melting Antarctic ice. Its rocky underbelly could hold clues to the continent's response to climate change.
Blood-red algae is blooming in Antarctica, leading to plains of creepy 'watermelon snow' across Galindez Island.
A billion years ago, this green seaweed likely produced oxygen and provided shelter for other organisms.
Antarctica saw two record-high temperatures set between Feb. 6 and Feb.9, and that took a huge toll on the continent's ice, as seen in NASA images.
The world's richest man, Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, is starting an organization devoted to battling climate change — and he's putting in $10 billion of his own money to get it off the ground.
In this episode of Life's Little Mysteries, we'll take a closer look at some explosive mysteries that originate deep inside the Earth — volcanoes.