Botanical bonanza is also a trove of eye candy
Calling Cthulhu ...
Discovery is proof entire Earth ecosystems still await discovery
An animal that eluded collection for hundreds of years bolsters deep-sea colonization hypothesis
Mystery of trilobite reproduction may at last be solved
In 15 million years, you will not be moving anything
Freshwater bacteria from Australia surprise scientists with a suite of features unlike any seen before
Two alien, beautiful creatures are all in a day's work for deep-sea explorers
The flow patterns starfish larvae generate while going about their business have an otherworldly beauty
The sea robin looks nothing like a robin—or anything else, really
500 million years ago, such creatures were part of the community of oddballs famously found in today's Burgess Shale
Okeanos Explorer is like Houston, Cape Canaveral and the space shuttle all rolled into one
A new study fails to find evidence of dust mites in dust samples from most of the west. Are there really none out there?
But don’t go too far west—the West Coast (like its eastern counterpart) is a mite utopia
And they ride it all night long
Fungi give bacterial evolution a kick in the pants
An ocean treasure to end the year right
Meek mobile home becomes butt-kicking bludgeon
Sea urchin? Or tree topper?
Studying the worms’ miraculous abilities could one day lead to treatments for dementia, paralysis and amputations