A new study published in The Lancet is forecasting a “jaw-dropping” decline in the planet’s population by 2100, with the number of people in 23 countries expected to drop by half by the end of the century. While fewer humans using up fewer resources might sound like a good thing, the study’s
A new study comparing the geological features of both Earth and Mars has discovered that Mars’s past climate may have been much cooler than scientists have traditionally assumed, painting a picture of an ancient Martian landscape covered in glaciers, rather than the flowing rivers of liquid water thought to carve
A new study suggests that children under five years of age may carry a much higher amount of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in their upper respiratory tract than adults, with some children displaying a viral load up to 100 times greater than the adults tested for the presence of the coronavirus.
A new archaeological discovery in a cave in Mexico is once again pushing back the timeline of human presence in the Americas, this time by at least 15,000 years earlier than the generally-accepted date of roughly 13,000 years ago. In addition to earlier finds that also point to an earlier