The Los Alamos blaze exposes the missing science of forest management
Computer models indicate that many diseases will surge as the earth¿s atmosphere heats up. Signs of the predicted troubles have begun to appear.
On what once was a North American Gal¿pagos, researchers try to save devastated wildlife
Crossing the sewage-filled New River, migrants risk their health--and others'
New ways of predicting the disastrous flows of volcanic ash known as lahars
Over military protests, the EPA orders cleanups of unexploded ordnance
Researchers reveal intricacies of a gecko's grip
The winner of last year's Lasker Award discusses some of Mother Nature's finest architecture
By genetically engineering a smarter than average mouse, scientists have assembled some of the central molecular components of learning and memory
Scientists and politicians can quibble about what or who is to blame, but the oceans have cast a clear vote: Planet Earth is warming up
In the name of science, a rubber fish serves as stunt double
A new fossil is helping scientists clarify the slippery origins of modern serpents
An undersea methane explosion may have driven the most rapid warming episode of the past 90 million years
Escalating protests may be driving away some researchers