The French capital is always a photogenic city, but when it's blanketed in white, it's even prettier.
Livestock raised for foods in the US contains five times the level of antibiotics than animals in Britain.
The field was expelled in the same month as the record-breaking flare shot out of the Sun.
Photos show buildings in Hualien leaning at sharp angles, their lowest floors crushed into mangled heaps of concrete, shattered glass and bent iron beams.
Research may explain why genetically identical viruses are often found in very different environments around the globe.
Melting ice could release thousands of gallons of mercury into the ecosystem and scientists are not sure what would happen if it does.
Torrential rains have caused havoc in Jakarta and neighbouring West Java, as flooding and landslides have killed at least five people.
The ash spewing from the volcano could be the key to cooling down our planet and prevent our ozone layer from being damaged.
Scientists believe that around 12,800 years ago, the Earth was hit by fragments of a dying comet, measured around 100km in diameter.
"Oklahoma has been transformed from a seismic dead zone to a hotspot in less than a decade," according to a University of Southampton academic.
Day Zero - the day when Cape Town, South Africa could be the world's first major city to run out of water - is approaching.
The Earth experienced a geological lull, almost like a mid-life crisis during the Palaeoproterozoic geologic era.
Scientists melted a tiny bore hole through 300 metres of ice in a slowly yet constantly moving Antarctic ice shelf.
Earth's magnetic field is crucial to the survival of life on our planet as it deflects damaging cosmic rays and solar winds.
Scientists found that green sea turtles are spending more time looking for food and eating in offshore waters, increasing the risk of ending up as fishing bycatch.