African elephants make a specific alarm call in response to the danger of humans, according to a new study of wild elephants in Kenya.
The printer is still a prototype, but 12 year old Shubham Banerjee hopes it can help people in developing nations have easier access to a printer.
More evidence for empathy in elephants
Bottlenose dolphins with deformities including missing teeth and lung disease have been found in the Gulf of Mexico a year after the BP oil spill, according to US researchers.
For the first time, scientists have created human lungs in a lab -- an exciting step forward in regenerative medicine.
Here's how one drug developer harvests horseshoe crabs and turns their blood into tests for impurities in pharmaceuticals.
Because shipping containers are like Legos for adults.
The first-year University of Toronto student is already developing a potential new drug to battle the deadly disease.
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Tigerfish swallows swallows after grabbing them out of the air over African lake.
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Frigid temperatures can trigger frostbite, but they can also cause little-known underground explosions called "frost quakes."