Powerful physics tool could help scientists understand complex ecosystems
Approach offers promise for human and environmental health
‘Exceptional’ fossil suggests early birds were brainy
Tiny braincase preserved in 3D shows 80-million-year-old birds had smarts
It’s Not Just The Amazon Being Torn Apart. These Are The Forests The World Is Losing
The devastating destruction that’s happening across the Amazon might be what comes to your mind first when thinking about deforestation – but it’s by no means the only place where dwindling forests are a worry, as a new study highlights.
The battle against malaria in Africa has stalled
Can research in Mozambique explain why—and how to get it back on track?
A somber search
Can sophisticated research tools, such as plucking environmental DNA from water and the sea floor, speed the recovery of long-missing service members?
The long shot: Voyager on steroids
The Voyager probes raised perplexing questions as they exited the Solar System. Now, scientists have conceived new missions to interstellar space
Reality doesn’t exist until you measure it, quantum parlor trick confirms
Two players leverage quantum rules to achieve a seemingly telepathic connection
In ominous sign for global warming, feedback loop may be accelerating methane emissions
Tropical wetlands, getting wetter with climate change, emerge as hot spots for heat-trapping gas
Webb telescope wows with first images
Pictures showcase start of science campaign for NASA’s largest space telescope
Medicinal knowledge vanishes as Indigenous languages die
Language loss threatens ancient knowledge of healing plants in many regions, study shows