'Free-market philanthropy' raises yet more questions about the future of American public research
Climate change is upending migration patterns that predate Cleopatra
Biodiversity keeps rabid vampire bats feeding on their natural prey – not on us
Through meticulous crossbreeding, she showed that DNA is far more complicated than scientists originally thought
'I try to take people at face value in terms of what their objections are, and to not ascribe them with ill-intent'
We should value scientists who transfer their skills
New research suggests carbon dioxide released from dying forests equals emissions from 11 million cars
There may soon be an FDA-approved treatment for the intractable condition
Eighty years after her death, scientists are still processing the plants she collected
My knowledge of his disease can be helpful, but also supremely frustrating
An autonomous robot is practicing to explore Europa
'We should haven’t to prove that we’re really a certain gender in order to be treated like a person'