Earthquakes happen over seconds to minutes. Slow slip events on the other hand can last for weeks or months.
Three foods and some cool stuff you should know about them.
The historic location provides a window into the potential of city tourism in Ghana.
With so much sadness and loss from COVID-19, some of us may feel selfish if we complain about relative inconveniences. But because humans are creatures of habit, changes are hard.
Very little is known about the relationship between COVID-19 and HIV and TB. What is known is that people's lungs are affected by all three.
Legally, the Tokyo organisers are protected from events that are out of their control. And it's unlikely broadcasters and sponsors would press legal claims during a global pandemic.
You won't see a blue shark near the beach, but thanks to 50 years of tagging data, scientists are learning about their wide-ranging lives at sea.
Wild bees provide many lessons. Watching and learning from them may help keep honeybees safe and thriving.
Forensic linguists are called as expert witnesses in court cases to provide linguistic analysis of legal documents and other forms of oral and documentary evidence -- including emojis.
Once a purely conservation issue, it is now also considered a threat to biosecurity, public health and the economy.