Participation rates were already low, but the pandemic threatens to drive them even lower
New research sheds light on the range of creatures killed and injured by collisions
Researchers saw a third fewer vehicle collisions with deer, elk, moose and other large mammals in the four weeks following COVID-19 shutdowns in three states they tracked.
After months of denying the importance of aerosol transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the World Health Organization is reconsidering its stance
We must begin moving beyond militarism, as Martin Luther King urged more than 50 years ago
Mussels in the lakes, themselves invasive species, may not be able to outcompete Asian carp for food, as previously thought
Originally published in February 1900
From Frederick Douglass to George Floyd, photography has been key for racial justice. But cameras have also been used to hurt
Management researcher Modupe Akinola explains on how stereotypes hurt Black Americans and what we can do to counter them
Over the past decade, the number of encounters between humans and sharks swimming off the coast of California has risen dramatically. Chris Lowe, director of the Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach, says this summer is shaping up to be a major year for these sharks along the state’s 840-mile coastline...