If the reefs go, it won't just be corals that disappear from the world's oceans
Ecology -- Oncology -- Immunology -- Privacy
Tiny particles known as nanorods may make cooking utensils more efficient, using less time and energy
First-ever thumbs-down by a court based on greenhouse gas as a pollutant
West Nile is back; Chameleons live the fast life; The world is becoming happier; and more. . .
Industry scientists say bovine growth hormone can by reducing the number of greenhouse gas–emitting cows as it increases the remaining ruminants' output
Survey shows that profound mental changes induced by psilocybin have lasted for more than a year
The U.S. Supreme Court capped damages for the Exxon Valdez oil spill at a fraction of what an Alaskan jury awarded
Brain plaque without Alzheimer's symptoms; Teaching computers to teach better; Sweet plan to save the Everglades; From fins to limbs; and more...
Surveys show French forests are changing in response to a warming climate
Taxonomists are cleaning up and adding to the book of life on hundreds of thousands of known marine species—from plankton to sperm whales
As a tuna conservation commission gathers this week to decide the fate of the yellowfin tuna, we check in with the author of Tuna: A Love Story about the future of the million-dollar fish: the bluefin tuna...
Weather patterns can permanently shift in as little as a year, according to the records preserved in an ice core from Greenland
Clone your dog; Stem cells help mend bones; Latrines cleaner than toilets; and more...
Paving over and farming on floodplains blamed for record floods in the Midwest
Voluntary efforts by manufacturers are beginning to eliminate some of the most toxic compounds in e-waste
A New Jersey resident generates and stores all the power he needs with solar panels and hydrogen
One-hundred-year floods are happening every 15 years or so