With the festive season ahead, Nature examines what is known about the risks of COVID spread and how researchers will spend their time off
Rapid antigen tests are designed to tell in a few minutes whether someone is infectious. Will they be game changers?
Researchers are trying to shift Mexico’s oyamel firs to higher elevations to help them weather warming temperatures
Storms' slowdown means more rain, and potentially more damage, for populated areas
Researchers in the U.S., India and Mexico are protesting in advance of major elections
Researchers often focus on pathogens that infect mammals and birds
Funding for the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health would hold steady after Congress agrees to lift spending caps, but details are fuzzy
The starfish relatives use light-sensitive cells throughout their bodies to sense their surroundings