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Genetics could make rodent control strategies more efficient
The science of aging meat
Here’s how a powerful breed of guard dogs turned into humanity’s cruelest genetics experiment
Scientists pinpoint how chemicals drive social behavior in ants
Bacteria-eating viruses regain interest among academia and industry
The first land plants quickly formed relationships with fungi
A recent study on roundworms identified the hormone responsible for burning fat, marking the latest discovery in a convoluted, century-long search
Climate change is pushing corals, and the biologists hoping to save them, to their limits.
Chimpanzee research was once done for the benefit of humans. Now, some researchers think it’s essential for saving the great apes.
What cheese caves have that your refrigerator doesn’t
Buckets in hand, ecologists scramble to save the threatened Santa Ana sucker
The startup SolveBio wants to be a one-stop shop for scientists trying to cope with data overload
A new fertility procedure, banned in the U.S., offers hope to couples with mitochondrial disease
The ubiquitous city pigeon may not deserve its bad reputation
The remarkable leafcutter ant is spurring some wild ideas about agriculture, medicine and the nature of ecosystems