If significant climate change occurs in the United States it may be necessary to change where certain foods are produced in order to meet consumer demand.
Scientists say they've made a major breakthrough in understanding Earth's climate machine by reconstructing highly accurate records of changes in ice volume and deep-ocean temperatures over the last 1.5 million years.
Facebook's annoyed users by - all in the name of privacy and convenience - changing users' email addresses to @facebook.com versions.
British researchers have mimicked the camouflaging abilities of creatures such as squid and zebrafish, in research that could help soldiers stay out of sight.
Mass Effect 3 developer Bioware says it's working on more content for the game after tens of thousands of players complained about the ending.
By 2100, nearly 40 percent of land-based ecosystems - forest, grassland or tundra, for example - will have moved from one type to another.
Google's made a major change to its search algorithm, designed to deliver higher-quality results, which it says will noticeably affect nearly 12 percent of queries.
Textbooks and wallcharts all over the world will need to be altered, follwing a decision to change the atomic weights of some elements listed in the Periodic Table for the first time ever.
Would you eat meat grown in vats? No? Well, how about if you were really hungry? What could be better than a nice juicy cheeseburger with fries?
And does it really matter whether the meat was raised, grown or cloned?