A mysteriously healthy patch of coral reefs in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf might provide scientists with ways to protect the rest of the reefs
The quest to understand, explore, and protect the amazing animals
To track the effects of warming seas on coral reefs, a new survey project is launching an extensive database of panoramic underwater imagery.
The sperm can be used to reseed the reef in the future.
But it's not going to be easy for many species
Cell biologists get observational omniscience
Oceanography: Scientists get 'em close-up with CaveCam.
Glow coral, glow.
And it looks like it's going to be really cool!
A competition from the National Science Foundation and the journal Science honors the best scientific videos, games, posters, and images.
Thought to be an anglerfish, its two forward-facing eyes are a first for the fish world
Even if you can't get near the dog
How to build a subway in the Eternal City.
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
An interdisciplinary team opens a new window into the creature's bizarre lifecycle.
And what you can do about it
A Weirdest Thing holiday spectacular.
Greens are good for you
We're getting better at detecting it, but the number of cases keeps growing.
While the virus appears less deadly than originally thought, swine flu continues to spread
Conservative media makes people distrust scientists, and in turn, doubt the existence of climate change.
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