How the World Wide Web has changed science
Grocery-store produce behave differently in light and dark, study finds.
Not content with laying its eggs inside a caterpillar's body, a parasitic wasp then turns the host into a zombie babysitter
Nature's sleepy recluses may be better equipped than more outgoing animals
Sex, drugs, and tentacles: the animal kingdom may be having more fun than you
Field work from home
This has happened with several crop-munching insect species around the world.
Understanding where the insects travel will help biologists better track their overall population levels.
To fight deadly white nose syndrome, The Nature Conservancy has built an artificial cave, which now awaits its first tenants.
What would the United States look like without bats? As winter approaches, biologists seek new methods and technologies to help control a potentially devastating ecological disaster
Are nuclear disasters the new normal?
Fluctuations in serotonin transports help explain seasonal mood swings
Waiting for the LHC online-again date with bated breath? May want to inhale again
Global warming and environmental destruction are driving coyotes, bears and mountain lions out of their habitats, but that's only part of the reason why so many animals call the city home.
First scientific findings released from the fake mission show that “maintenance of human behavior” was difficult.
A new human trial will chill gunshot victims to keep them alive
How the world got pummeled this past year
Using nature as a guide, geneticists build plants with qualities evolution could never produce
It's an unusually loveable bug, according to a new survey
In the future, spider-strengthened silk could go into bulletproof vests.