We worry about machines going rogue. What if they went green instead?
New research on the creatures’ family tree could “shake dinosaur paleontology to its core.”
Kea parrots can make a warbling noise that whips other keas in earshot into a playful frenzy.
The Obamacare repeal would halve a little-known fund that’s vital for monitoring unexpected infectious threats.
And it opens the door to the dark side of personalized medicine—personalized discrimination.
Why does the kingsnake win almost every fight?
Two proposed laws would sever the agency from scientific experts, and scientific expertise—all under the guise of honesty and openness.
Some ate woolly rhinos; some were vegetarians.
Even before they grew strong legs, their eyes surged in size.
The event has around 21 stated goals.
Meet the storage format that never goes obsolete.
Scientists have devised an ingenious new method to figure out which of these habitats are most worth saving.
They get less than any other animal, which leaves a jumbo-sized hole in theories about why animals snooze at all.
A new study suggests that, contrary to common fears, the answer is no.
Five neuroscientists argue that fancy new technologies have led the field astray.
A new approach to treating eczema harnesses the defensive bacteria that already live on us.
After 13 years at her dream job at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Tracy Van Houten feels newly called to run for office.
In a supposedly safe national park, poachers have slaughtered 80 percent of these elusive animals in just ten years.
Four years after her miraculous birth at Washington, D.C.’s National Zoo, the fluffy celebrity is headed to China.
A commonly used counting method might have overestimated their numbers by a factor of two.