A rise in studies on female bird behavior shows how gender equity can spark change in research.
A new conservation plan weighs the burden and interests of landowners, biologists, and butterfly enthusiasts alike.
Filmmakers use color wheels created by Isaac Newton to match sci-fi scenes to viewers' emotions.
Pharmaceutical companies need to be more transparent about excipients like fillers for the sake of patient safety.
The Civil War saw a record number of health-related patents. Can we replicate that during the current pandemic?
There are three key ingredients to rapid intensification.
Borrow some talking points from famous philosophers in the name of public health.
Low oil prices, a pandemic-driven recession, and looming elections add up to highly unfavorable conditions for remote drilling operations.
Every single part of the plant is poisonous to humans.
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