Deep in caverns around the world, bacteria are laboring to make antibiotics we can discover and use for ourselves.
How a mild-mannered children's celebrity plans to save science in America—or go down swinging.
Rewiring the brain to battle seizures, blindness, and more
This is one fast invertebrate
The pig-nosed frog deserves your love (and cash for conservation), too.
A Japanese woman has been recognized as the oldest woman on the planet, at age 114. Very impressive! But these six animals would scoff at a mere 114-year-old.
One scientist hits upon a creative way to argue that dinosaurs were endothermic.
It's the the 10-second marathon.
They aren't regulated under international pronouncements in the same way humans are.
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The winners of the Nikon Small World microvideography contest
What does 7 billion look like in a browser window?
Arsenic-laced drinking water, lead-contaminated soils and choking air pollution are sadly just the start in some of the world's dirtiest places
The groundbreaking plant produces about enough power to make a pot of delicious coffee
A soundproof stadium keeps the neighborhood quiet
Vets hope little Got is as tough a fighter as his father the source of his genetic material was
Meanwhile, genome detective work could uncover new weapons in the war on bugs
Here's what you should know about genetically engineered meat.
New research indicates that individual cells may need guidance in times of stress
Zoonotic diseases can go from us to them.