A transformational tool for the future of the world.
Our relationship with water still matters.
Just how much do we need to damage the earth before we change our ways?
The synthetic chemicals — called PFAS — never break down naturally.
The third in a three-part series on the history of research on the origin of life.
We think of self-actualization as a lofty goal, but research suggests it may just be another way of obeying our biological programming.
The second in a three-part series on the history of research on the origin of life.
The first in a three-part series on the history of research on the origin of life.
Cognitive psychologist Donald Hoffman hypothesizes we evolved to experience a collective delusion — not objective reality.
Atop hundreds of bus stops, rest stops for bees.
Human-animal hybrids are coming and could be used to grow organs for transplant – a philosopher weighs in
The goal is to eventually grow a human pancreas in a larger animal – such as a pig – which can be transplanted.
Tiger reserves and a concentrated public effort has brought this animal roaring back to India.
Fionn Ferreira will receive $50,000 for winning Google's annual student competition.
The ultimate goal is to grow organs inside animals that could be transplanted into humans.
It's only the second pocket shark specimen ever discovered.
Was it "one small step for man," or "one small step for a man"?
Bats are being subjected to a deadly plague that may be threatening their existence. However, a new bacterial spray may help fight the fungus responsible.
Study finds that carbon dioxide emissions may trigger a reflex in the carbon cycle, with devastating consequences.
New research reveals a major shift in what pressures life used to face.
Spiders, fish, birds, and bats all break with their daily routines.
They're hiding in your house, carrying germs, and now there's virtually no way to kill them.
Here are just two of the practical and philosophical crises surrounding biodiversity breakdown.
A comprehensive interdisciplinary paper removes any doubt that orcas don't belong in marine parks and zoos.
The remarkable distributed nervous system of the octopus is discussed at an astrobiology conference.
Not only do these monkeys use tools, they're developing new, better tools to adapt to their environment.
The animal we fear most? Spiders.
2018's winter was particularly harsh on U.S. honeybees. What's causing bee populations to plummet, and what can we do about it?
Are we witnessing evolution in real time?
Their noses can count?
The owner's personality was the most important factor in examining the stress-hormone relationship between pet and owner.