But critics say the program won't actually change how much antibiotics pigs, chickens and other animals consume.
They aren't regulated under international pronouncements in the same way humans are.
Grocery stores may look a little different.
The story is in the poop
The pig-nosed frog deserves your love (and cash for conservation), too.
If you wanted better asteroid detection, maybe you should have provided some funding, NASA's chief told Congress.
Most of the world's ocean species died--and lots of land-based ones, too--and it might have been the fault of a microbe.
Humans can predict the future when we have some evidence--like clouds and the smell of rain hinting at a storm. But can we anticipate future events without sensory clues?
Societies forget, and this physicist wants to know why.
In which Popular Science worries about inbreeding.
You can't watch everything, so let an analysis of physics data guide you to this summer's most competitive events
Digging through 55,000 years of African hyrax toilets
A scientist with a swab and a microscope could tell what school you went to
Zoonotic diseases can go from us to them.
Researchers suggest tracking mammals may help deal with future outbreaks
The silky anteater, shown here, could be climbing trees in its native forests soon.
A zap of electricity can make E. coli swim
Selfies could be subtly reshaping your memory.
A study finds urban mammals have significantly larger brains than their rural cousins.
Scientists have predicted where nearly 3,000 species will travel