A few brief reports about international science and technology from Mexico to Tanzania, including one about the need to quarantine bananas in Colombia that are potentially infected by a fungus...
A few brief reports about international science and technology from Brazil to Hong Kong, including one about male elephants in India exhibiting unusual social behaviors.
Scientists harness “structural color” to create images in plastic
A few brief reports about international science and technology from Hungary to Japan, including one about a wine grape in France that DNA testing shows has been cultivated for almost a millennium...
Frog fathers ferry tadpoles past nearby ponds to faraway pools of water
Clues from an old map erase a false 1786 event and are part of a global volcanic-record cleanup
Scientific American presents the winner and runners-up of the ninth annual Art of Neuroscience contest, along with other notable entries
Direct measurements reveal a glacier is melting 10 to 100 times quicker than previously thought, with implications for sea-level rise
The egg-bound developing animals are more attuned to the outside world than previously thought
Neil Armstrong’s “one small step” shaped a generation of future explorers—and even the first tweet sent from space
Cracking the nut’s “cyanide problem” could make it easier to cultivate sweeter varieties of this ancient snack
Understanding how microbial communities change after a fire can help researchers to predict how an ecosystem will recover
A nationwide project is surveying the experiences of LGBTQ+ scientists to find out