Life at the Marine Monuments
The U.S.’s three new national marine monuments host a bounty of life that is now protected.
60-Second Science Blog
Monkey See, Monkey Regret
Researchers used a simian version of the game show Let’s Make a Deal to test whether monkeys, like humans, wonder about what might have been.
Seven Artificial Valves That Lend Hearts a Helping Hand
Artificial designs have evolved over the past five decades to successfully replace natural valves.
60-Second Earth Podcast
Cash for Clunkers
Is the government’s plan to pay people for trading in old, inefficient vehicles an environmental bane or boon?
Growth Industry: Honeybee Numbers Expand Worldwide as U.S. Decline Continues
Populations in the U.S. and Europe have been hit hard, but honeybees are on the rise elsewhere.
60-Second Science Podcast
Elderly Who Forget Age Remember Better
In a study, senior citizens who were reminded of their age and of stereotypes about aging performed worse on memory tests than secure seniors did.