Eruption at the Holuhraun lava field near Bardarbunga Volcano, Iceland, September 2, 2014

Sinking At Icelandic Volcano Has Scientists Worried About Possible Eruption

Movement within Bardarbunga's caldera has researchers watching the volcano closely

Weird Ways People Have Tried To Stop Lava

People living near volcanoes have tried a lot of different methods to redirect lava flows

Detroit's Dumps Are Slowly Being Reclaimed By Nature

Some illegal dumping grounds in Detroit are being repopulated by hardy plants

Mobility Enhancing Soft Exosuit: a soft wearable robot made from lightweight and flexible materials.

A High-Tech, Strength-Boosting Exoskeleton Doesn't Have to Be Heavy

The next generation of exoskeletons may be less bulky than Iron Man

Fish Eat Mammals on the Regular

A new study indicates that in some ecosystems, mammals are a fairly normal foodstuff for fish

Libraries Are Great at Lending All Sorts of Things—Not Just Books

Lending libraries are now lending more than books

Crowns, Beheadings, Rebellions—Bone Up on the History of Scottish Independence Before Next Week's Referendum

A vote that could change the direction of Scotland's future is a little over a week away

Enterovirus 68, a Rare Virus, Is Spreading Among Kids in the U.S.

The CDC reports that patients with the respiratory disease are showing up in hospitals across the country

Esplanade park in Helsinki

In the Summer, Helsinki's Buildings Are Cooled by an Underground Lake

Underneath a park in Helsinki, Finland is a lake used to cool buildings in the city

Peaches Were Domesticated in China 7,500 Years Ago

Preserved peach pits reveal the origins of this sweet fruit

Napa Earthquake Turned Dry Creeks Wet Again

"Miracle water" wets some of California's dried streams

The projected path of asteroid 2014 RC past Earth on September 7, 2014

Assumed Asteroid Remnant Leaves Crater in Nicaragua

A small rock from a passing asteroid left a crater in Nicaragua

High-tech Chopsticks Developed To Combat Food Safety Issues In China

Could utensils be a way to keep consumers safe?

Columbian Mammoth skeleton recovered from the LaBrea Tar Pits on display at the Page Museum in Los Angeles' Hancock Park

Rare, Red Mammoth Hair Found on Californian Artichoke Farm

Columbian mammoths roamed Western North America thousands of years ago, and now we have a better idea of what they looked like

Runners pass by a vineyard in France during the 2008 Marathon du Medoc

In the Marathon du Medoc, Run 26.2 Miles—While Stopping to Drink Wine Along the Way

Like running? Like wine? Why not combine the two?

Artist's rendering of Dreadnoughtus schrani

Meet Dreadnought, Largest Dinosaur In The World

Dreadnought is the largest dinosaur in the world to be scientifically described

An artist's interpretation of a mission to an Asteroid

Contribute to an Asteroid Time Capsule

NASA wants to know what your predictions are for the future of Solar System exploration

Pyramid of Djoser

Restoration Of Egypt’s Oldest Pyramid May Be Harming it

Efforts to save the Pyramid of Djoser could be making things worse

Dry Grass Hints That Stonehenge Was Once a Whole Circle

Researchers find new evidence about the shape of Stonehenge

A bromeliad epiphyte growing on a branch of a giant ceiba tree in Ecuador

Flowering Plants Appeared in Forest Canopies Just a Few Million Years After Dinosaurs Went Extinct

A new study gives scientists some more insight into the weird history of flowering plants

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