April 9, 2021

Chloride pollution, caused largely by de-icing salts and water softeners, is increasing across the country. A small town in Minnesota is fed up.

April 8, 2021

New York City’s East River was once a bustling wildlife habitat. Could yesterday’s ecosystem return to today's metropolis?

April 7, 2021

New evidence shows that human olfactory tissue is likely able to regenerate. But more research needs to be done to determine what exactly is damaged in cases of olfactory loss

March 17, 2021

A squid robot is among the latest to take to the seas

March 15, 2021

Viruses can be terrifying — but they also make us human

March 3, 2021

Diesel fuel is costly and polluting, so communities are exploring other options

March 3, 2021

About 10 vaquitas are left on the planet, but a new study confirms fishing nets pose a much bigger extinction threat than inbreeding

March 1, 2021

Meet the mother of faster-than-light communication

February 26, 2021

To exoplanet scientists, oddball planets are much more than just a strange sight on a cosmic sightseeing tour

February 19, 2021

Hospitals and staff have tried to adapt through multiple COVID-19 waves with changing practices and communication tools

February 17, 2021

Experts warn erosion is depleting the essential but scarce soil nutrient

February 15, 2021

Would you board a ship you could never leave?

February 12, 2021

Proper mask wearing helps us stay safe during the pandemic, but masks limit what we can see in other peoples’ faces. Test how well you can interpret masked emotions in the quiz at the bottom of the page

February 10, 2021

Depending on where you live, abortion care this year may have become either harder or easier to access than ever before

February 8, 2021

Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly common in conservation ecology. Should it be?

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