Climate change may be affecting the bears' habitat.
While the HapMap Project gives hopes to groups like the Amish, some geneticists believe it has taken a wrong turn
Despite a recent vote, America's largest mathematical society lacks individual recognition.
Researchers use acoustics to help soldiers better defend themselves from sniper fire.
The struggle to repair lost connections between wildlife and humans in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley.
For nearly 30 years, New York State agencies have known about a 17 million gallon oil spill under the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. Now they’re finally starting to do something about it.
A New York psychologist sheds light on the realities of terminal illness in American children.
Coral ecologist Lyndon DeVantier discusses ecological assessment and management of coral reef systems.
And what we might hope to discover, according to the new book Brave New Universe.
A pioneer of genetic screening discusses his early successes and the future of the field.
Getting to know Frances Beinecke, the new president of Natural Resource Defense Council.
Stem cell scientist Hynek Wichterle tackles Lou Gehrig’s disease in a privately-funded lab outside the public eye.
Mathematician Peter Woit explains why string theory is worse than wrong.
City College of New York researchers keep watch on the world without ever leaving Harlem.
The president of Alliance for Human Research Protection explains the importance of informing the public.