Uploading your brain into a computer is probably impossible. But for sake of argument: What would you do if it weren’t?
Sally Aitken of the University of British Columbia is using state-of-the art genomics and climate-mapping technologies to match trees to rapidly changing climates
Trees can't walk to a better place as climate worsens. So scientists are relocating helpful genes instead
Researchers are racing to breed beneficial new traits into the dangerously homogeneous coffee crop before it succumbs to disease or other threats
Reviving native bee species could save honeybees--and our agricultural system--from collapse
A modest effort to enlist amateur bird-watchers in the cause of ornithology wound up producing a fire hose of data and helping rewrite the rules of science