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April 27, 2021

Financial, cultural and structural barriers stand in the way, but momentum is on the side of a changing agricultural landscape

March 17, 2021

A squid robot is among the latest to take to the seas

February 4, 2021

Enzymatic recycling might offer a new method of recycling water bottles and other plastics, researchers say

January 25, 2021

The popular weed killer could impair honeybees’ immune systems, leaving them vulnerable to infections

January 15, 2021

Global warming tips the scales in favor of invaders in the region

January 13, 2021

To save the plants, one scientific field highlights the importance of protecting Indigenous knowledge

December 30, 2020

Watching for resident and migratory birds has provided people an outlet during the COVID-19 shutdowns

December 16, 2020

Emerging research suggests that smoke from prescribed burns is less harmful than from wildfires

November 25, 2020

Millions of people rely on the Air Quality Index, but experts say it’s a rough measure at best

November 19, 2020

You’ve heard of the fly on the wall, but what about the crow in the city?

November 13, 2020

To manage wildfires, the United States needs a lot more prescribed burns. Tribes and community organizations are ready to step in

September 2, 2020

In the midst of a pandemic, an artist and former physicist still works to represent endangered landscapes

August 13, 2020

Clean waters have attracted large marine mammals to feed on a rising source of plankton and fish

August 5, 2020

Some philosophers argue that consciousness pervades the universe. But not everyone is convinced.

July 30, 2020

The global boom in sand mining threatens millions, a new study of the Mekong River suggests

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