Researchers are trying to shift Mexico’s oyamel firs to higher elevations to help them weather warming temperatures
In my lab and many others, even a temporary loss of funding puts time-sensitive research is in peril
While the wall is aimed at stopping migrants, environmental rollbacks could encourage more migration
A scientific look at an emotion that shapes our times
The organizing scheme that revolutionized our understanding of the chemical elements turns 150 in 2019
The death of a snail named George on New Year’s Day marked the extinction of his species. Saving the rest of Hawaii’s unique snails is a race against time—but not one without hope.
So what are they, anyway?
Data visualization reveals how much hospitals across the nation charge for some of the most common procedures
It’s often correlated with risk-embracing behavior, which could have benefited our distant ancestors
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is headed to bankruptcy after downed power lines are blamed for several large wildfires