Don't forget to move your clock forward an hour overnight Saturday (March 12), as daylight saving time begins Sunday.
Reference Carbon is one of the most abundant elements and forms a very large number of compounds, including carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and carbon disulfide.
Reference Here's a look at the element copper, including its atomic structure, history and uses today.
One of Earth's two mysterious mantle blobs is much higher than the other, raising questions about its impact on Earth's surface.
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Reference Everything you ever wanted to know about summer, the hottest season of the year.
Reference Uranium is a naturally radioactive element. It powers nuclear reactors and atomic bombs.
Reference Winter, the coldest season of the year, comes between autumn and spring. It is associated with plunging temperatures and icy weather, but its impact and timing change according to location.
Reference A volcano is an opening in Earth's crust where magma breaks through and when erupting can rain down molten rock, ash and gases. There are several types of volcanoes.
Reference Here's how Panagea formed and what it was like from about 320 million to 195 million years ago.
A mountain-sized chunk of volcanic rock under Japan is changing the way that tectonic plates subduct and may be channeling the direction of earthquakes.
Humans are reeling under climate disruption, and there's worse to come, scientists warn in the latest UN climate assessment.
Reference The term “amoeba” refers to simple eukaryotic organisms that move in a characteristic crawling fashion.