Turning from bedbugs and carpet-eating moths to COVID-19, an industrial cleaner joins the coronavirus fight...
Despite some success, the species remains threatened in the U.S. West. Biologists are trying to understand why
Advanced remote-sensing satellite technology is compiling a granular record of Earth’s hardest-to-reach regions
Some scientists question whether controlled burns and logging are really the best way to preserve California’s iconic redwoods
The loss of the federal pollution tracker, supporters say, will inhibit public access to data on environmental hazards
As the world scrambles to combat deforestation, experts warn our efforts could have far fewer benefits than we think
Facing the scourge of a parasitic Asian mite, commercial beekeepers are trying to breed a resistant strain—but other threats loom
Social media users extol—and health experts decry—a 25-year-old study from Jamaica suggesting cannabis use poses no harm to fetal development
Just two Y chromosomes exist in a huge population of U.S. Holsteins; researchers want to know what traits have been lost
Researchers have a lot to learn about the previously banned crop before it flourishes on U.S. farms
In the absence of rigorous science, psychologists disagree about using the neurobiology of stress to defend police officers who kill
Sometimes infecting volunteers with a disease can lead to new treatments. But how much risk and compensation is acceptable for those in poor nations?
In the contentious discussions over what to do about Asian carp, facts and science are often distorted or even completely ignored
Cancerous cells and placental ones appear to regulate the immune system in similar ways
Global warming will get worse. Physical and mental health might, too
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, teams of researchers are busy looking for the next deadly virus. The odds are not in their favor