They don’t have dating apps, so birds find another way to find a mate
"We leave as little mark as possible," says a local rock climbing guide of the sport's environmental impact
Physicians should identify new and expecting mothers at risk of depression, a federal task force suggests, and refer them to counseling
Warming temperatures are a breeding ground for vulnerabilities in water distribution systems. A new study tackles challenges with maintaining and engineering water systems for a hotter future.
From anteaters to red pandas, there's a lot we don't know about large mammals. Undergrad researchers at a Connecticut zoo are working to change that
Undetected superbugs weaken the global fight against tuberculosis, experts say, and genetic sequencing provides a way to diagnose evasive strains of the disease.
Synthetic fish oils seem to be here to stay — should you be taking them?
Or, the story of how Einstein was right even when he was wrong
Producers say they’ll roll-out ‘clean meat’ products soon, but would you eat it?
Science is likely a long way from discovering life beyond Earth, but a decades-old equation can help us think about how to look — or possibly lead us astray
Children are already experiencing “eco-anxiety” — and psychiatrists don’t really know how to help them cope
Meat and dairy aren’t exactly disappearing, but veggie alternatives are gaining ground
The humble death certificate is an underappreciated document, a forensic pathologist says
Sea creatures flashed their lights even before any organisms had eyes to see them
Superconducting magnets began as a “laboratory curiosity.” Half-a-century later, they are indispensable for modern science