Carbon taxes and nuclear power will be necessary to cut CO2 emissions quickly enough to avert disastrous climate change, they say
Being under water triggers several biological responses that help to prolong breath holds
Please, Magneto, stop blaming evolution for your anger issues
A documentary about Ray Kurzweil's belief that technology could conquer mortality reveals the futurist's emotional life but fails to question his bold claims
Evidence for human interference with Earth's climate continues to accumulate
Astronomers are finding new planets; humanitarians are improving this one
Primates can be dangerous and do harm, especially the human ones
We're an ordinary species on an ordinary planet. Or are we?
BOSTON (March 10, 2009) -- None too surprisingly, the business and financial communities generally foresee a continued slump in capital investment for most segments of green technology—although the energy sector may do relatively well.
BOSTON (March 10, 2009)—If tomorrow's economy is to be sustainable both environmentally and economically, many new “clean tech” technologies and companies will need to arise.
Tuberculosis has never stopped being one of the world's most lethal infections
Scientific American Editor in Chief John Rennie introduces the February 2009 issue
This campus features a roof growing as green as their traditional landscaping
The naturalist would approve of how evolutionary science continues to improve
When this world has you down, try looking at it from another one
The battle must continue, even if 25 years of research have disappointed