The move sets up a clash with the EPA
A shady government influences the moral behavior of its citizens
The administration’s proposed budget takes aim at ecosystem and climate tracking efforts across agencies
The Republican-proposed repeal bill is slated for a House vote on Thursday
A stunt reveals the problematic practices of predatory journals
The indigenous people—among the most studied in the world—are first in Africa to draft research guidelines
New science reveals why cities become more creative and efficient as they grow
It may be time to update the currently observed 14-day rule as a benchmark
Most of humanity now lives in a metropolis. That simple fact helps to fuel our continued success as a species
A meta-analysis found that being of low socioeconomic status was associated with almost as many years of lost life as was a sedentary lifestyle.
The Obama-era Asteroid Redirect Mission is one of several casualties of the $19.1-billion budget request
The $1.1-trillion proposal includes a $6-billion chop to the NIH
Exposure to specific microbes when an infant is less than a year old seems to have a protective effect against the child's eventual acquisition of asthma.
Early tests for Scott Gottlieb, who was named to the post on Friday, will include a pair of bills immediately slated for congressional review
His new book, New York 2140, explores the interplay of climate change and global finance on a warmer, wetter future world
A controversial measure may be included in future healthcare reform
“Leaky pipeline” stands the test of time, with overall progress for women in research continuing at a crawl
What appears to be accepted science in the courtroom may not be accepted science among scientists.
The GOP health care bill would slash key funding for the agency
Its targeting of climate science goes beyond the work of NOAA and EPA