New fossils and analyses topple the long-standing explanation of how dinosaurs came to rule the earth
Federal marijuana laws are counterproductive and overly harsh
Tomato plants detect snail slime and mount preemptive defenses
During extreme heat waves, one species of eucalyptus copes by releasing water
Lawns mowed every two weeks hosted more bees than lawns mowed every three weeks. Jason G. Goldman reports.
A statement released by 317 members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences challenges the widespread dismissal of science and scientific understanding by the current administration.
Increasing heat, drought and mosquito-borne diseases make this work more dangerous
The key to saving elephants and other species may lie in the DNA contained in their droppings, says conservation biologist Samuel Wasser