Did early humans jump-start global warming?
An iconic butterfly is in trouble – but how much trouble?
A massive passenger ferry in Alaska and British Columbia could help scientists track the complex process of ocean acidification
An amendment that gives a free pass to genetically modified crops causes legal turmoil
Meet educators who are teaching the younger generation about restoring oysters to New York Harbor
A researcher who watercolored a salamander on her thesis now runs an art gallery
Wide open spaces that power more than just tumbleweeds
If you want to turn your kids into a bunch of little nerds, this is the place!
Artificial reefs in Florida are more than popular dive sites
A dedicated crew gets plastic out of trees
Sonali McDermid is worried about the planet’s food supply — and those seeking to eviscerate science
Brooklyn neighbors will soon be able to trade power directly — and there’s more to come
A minority in many ways, Erica Walker is determined to find how urban noise affects human health
Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?
Proposed changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Act, our nation’s fishery management law, would compound problems for the nation’s fish