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Raiders of the lost bark

Raiders of the lost bark

How Nicole Davi reads climate history in Mongolian tree rings

By | Posted June 29, 2018

Watching trees to track climate change

Watching trees to track climate change

Kerissa Battle’s enthusiasm for nature is contagious. She’s getting New Yorkers outdoors to track climate change

By | Posted June 25, 2018

Modeling nature in resin, plastic and clay

Modeling nature in resin, plastic and clay

The American Museum of Natural History’s preparators bring science to life

By | Posted June 22, 2018

PODCAST: Cooking up conservation

PODCAST: Cooking up conservation

Ridding the seas of lionfish, one taco at a time

By | Posted June 18, 2018

VIDEO: The brown dwarf hunter

VIDEO: The brown dwarf hunter

One astronomer thinks failed stars will help us understand the origins of celestial objects

By | Posted June 15, 2018

PODCAST: Scientists are training computers to spy on birds using sound

PODCAST: Scientists are training computers to spy on birds using sound

The high-tech, digital birders can be used to study avian migrations

By | Posted June 13, 2018

An image from the bank of the Hudson River

PODCAST: The Hudson River is flowing with pharmaceutical drugs

It’s a big problem for the fish living in it.

By | Posted June 8, 2018

The troubled second life of donated clothes

The troubled second life of donated clothes

Well-intentioned recyclers are trying to keep tons of clothing out of landfills. It’s not enough

By | Posted June 6, 2018

Once deemed brutal, a decades-old therapy is helping doctors fight depression

Once deemed brutal, a decades-old therapy is helping doctors fight depression

Shock therapy saves lives—and more people could benefit, experts say

By | Posted June 4, 2018