Amphibians battle against pathogens, wildlife trade and changing habitats
Cultured meat promises to be better for animals, public health and the planet. Will we eat it?
In January, an underwater volcano in Tonga produced the biggest eruption the world has seen in decades. Why was the blast so intense?
Experts say the movement disorders are often triggered by anxiety and spread through social media – and that all those online videos aren’t necessarily helping
Road expansion in West Africa is threatening the critically endangered western chimpanzee population
Baleen whales have a unique, previously unknown organ for swallowing massive amounts of prey-filled water
Psychotherapists have different opinions about making climate anxiety a diagnosis
Jennifer Francis was one of the first climate scientists to connect a warmer Arctic with severe winter weather further south
Eco-theater offers an outlet for creative expression and scientific communication
In the wake of COVID successes, cancer vaccines and other innovative treatments are on the way
Quantum computing will break data encryption as we know it. These mathematicians are racing to find a solution
One’s perception of being heard by others might be as important as their speech motor system, a study suggests
How smoking weed before bedtime changes the way you sleep – and not necessarily for the better
A federal mandate to phase out open-net fish farms and the announced closure of a hatchery signal the practice is on its way out
The draw of group exercise might be rooted in unique changes in the brain that occur during team flow
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