A harmless virus was injected into a blind man's eye to help grow new light-sensing cells.
Plants have their cycles, too—and knowing them could bring down how much water, fertilizer, and herbicide we use.
Harsh conditions may have led to this surprising evolutionary trait.
The bird sounds like a lightsaber and comes in rare colors. Top that.
The future is fungal.
It’s more complicated than you think.
Genetics seem to help the world’s most wide-ranging bird of prey fly thousands of miles each year.
Anthropologists have found surprising traits in ancient DNA, including one that may trigger immunity against viruses.
The rambunctious game brings science into the mix for a little player-by-player analysis.
Botanical gardens need to find new ways to keep genetic diversity high in hard-to-grow species.
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