Researchers already know how to clone human embryos. Bringing those embryos to term is another problem entirely
The herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden is a resource for scientists looking for new ways to study plants
Two U.S.-based researchers are honored for their work on sensation.
A Florida captain’s creative solution to the global problem of marine debris: Let’s rodeo
Growing public awareness and engagement have played a part in the birds’ recovery, experts say
About 10 vaquitas are left on the planet, but a new study confirms fishing nets pose a much bigger extinction threat than inbreeding
The popular weed killer could impair honeybees’ immune systems, leaving them vulnerable to infections
The discovery of organisms that are new to science has historically required years of field work, but species could become something we create instead of find
You’ve heard of the fly on the wall, but what about the crow in the city?
Wildlife-police raids and customs inspections are trying to halt this highly invasive species
Instead of trying to compete with Mother Nature, Tak-Sing Wong draws inspiration from her
Living longer will shake up social institutions, experts say
The biology behind the rare “tampon disease,” toxic shock syndrome
Neglected by the health care system, many immigrants are finding relief in medicinal herbs
An amendment that gives a free pass to genetically modified crops causes legal turmoil
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