China is removing one of the world’s most trafficked animals, the pangolin, from its list of animals used for traditional medicine.
How can we predict another pandemic? Researchers are utilizing what we have learned from COVID-19 to get in front of the potential pandemics of the future.
During Women's History Month, we're celebrating the achievements of women throughout history and spanning the globe. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, we're spotlighting four women who broke boundaries in exploration, research, and science. Let's dig into the past with Anna Roosevelt.
Hundreds of helpless animals remained unprotected and froze to death in light of Texas’ winter catastrophe.
From voices raised in protest for change to the final tender words uttered to a dying loved one, sound and hearing are primal in connecting humans to the world. Now those moments are being acknowledged in an annual award for the Sound of the Year, created to honor audible history and the art of noise.
With one click you can go from being under the sea to outerspace! Take a look below for a list of amazing places you can experience virtual wonder.
Greetings Earthlings! Astronomers from Lowell Observatory discuss the iconic Pale Blue Dot shot of the Earth and other Earth-like planets.
Topical Depression Marco and Tropical Storm Laura started out on a smilar path, but as the days progress so do the storms.
California is considering protecting mountain lions in certain parts of the state through the Endangered Species Act – but not everyone is happy about it.
Grace Warrior Irwin Powell was born on March, 25 2021. A special documenting the Irwins' journey to this moment is coming to discovery+ on April 25.
March 14th isn't just Pi Day, it also happens to be Einstein's Birthday.
Companies do not need to meet environmental standards during the coronavirus epidemic, the Environmental Protection Agency has said, in a move that could have deadly impacts on the planet.
Earth observation data is one of the best ways to study and reverse climate change.
We are spending more time looking at screens than ever, and those screens emit blue light. What is "blue light" and what does it do to your sleep cycle?
Experts in the medical and veterinary fields help clear up rumors and answer your burning questions about how COVID-19 affects animals.