Ariel Bleicher Alyson Kenward and Valerie Ross • June 9, 2010
Following schools of fish and other animal collectives
Alex Liu • June 7, 2010
Spiders might scare you, but you might need them more than you realize.
Ferris Jabr • May 26, 2010
Like people, mice show pain on their faces
Anna Rothschild • May 26, 2010
Male Asian corn borer moths mimic predatory bats to mate with females
Michael Glenn Easter • May 7, 2010
In downtown Brooklyn, a woman rescues and rehabilitates the birds most city-dwellers dismiss as "rats with wings."
Anna Rothschild • April 23, 2010
New laws aimed at increasing the quality of life for New York City's horses threaten the future of Brooklyn's last stable.
Anna Rothschild • March 10, 2010
Genetic evidence shows environment, not humans, killed off Arctic beasts
Ferris Jabr • March 7, 2010
Before 'Avatar' could hit the silver screen, it needed one plant scientist’s green thumbs up
Ferris Jabr • February 28, 2010
Biologists use cat food to recruit omnivorous ants in their battle against invasive cane toads
Olivia Koski • February 22, 2010
Just a one hour train ride from New York City, eagles abound.
Emily Elert • February 18, 2010
Records show that we're getting faster, but does the human body have a natural speed limit? And if a biological law exists, how long until people try to break it?
Ferris Jabr • February 16, 2010
Mattel's new toy collar for dogs allows them to update their own Twitter accounts
Mara Grunbaum • February 16, 2010
Fledgling birding project is the next generation in citizen science
Ariel Bleicher • February 15, 2010
Boozing Bats Are Still Expert Fliers
Mara Grunbaum • February 7, 2010
Spiky echinoderms use spines for complex vision