A Florida captain’s creative solution to the global problem of marine debris: Let’s rodeo
The U.S. is relaxing regulations on pesticide-spraying drones, and some experts believe their precision may help reduce overall chemical use.
Growing public awareness and engagement have played a part in the birds’ recovery, experts say
I fought the good fight against a backyard invader, but I don’t have it in me this year
Past tree-planting pushes have had unintended ecological consequences
Financial, cultural and structural barriers stand in the way, but momentum is on the side of a changing agricultural landscape
Brood X periodical cicadas come out every 17 years and are set to emerge this spring. One day, they might not
Researchers made a CRISPR gene editor that can be controlled with blue light
Chloride pollution, caused largely by de-icing salts and water softeners, is increasing across the country. A small town in Minnesota is fed up.
New York City’s East River was once a bustling wildlife habitat. Could yesterday’s ecosystem return to today's metropolis?
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
A squid robot is among the latest to take to the seas
Viruses can be terrifying — but they also make us human
Diesel fuel is costly and polluting, so communities are exploring other options
About 10 vaquitas are left on the planet, but a new study confirms fishing nets pose a much bigger extinction threat than inbreeding
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