Just don’t expect our leafy friends to balance your checkbook for you…
Posts Tagged ‘plants’
The old saying “You are what you eat” takes on new significance in the most comprehensive analysis to date of early human teeth from Africa.
Could an odd plant with a terrible name show us that “junk DNA” has value after all?
Can extreme weather events be linked to climate change? What about specific events like Sandy and the Midwestern drought?
Plants shaped the surface of Earth, affecting the oceans and climate of our planet as they began to appear 470 million years ago.
The latest technology in clean energy mimics photosynthesis in a very efficient way.
Termites and plants and bears, oh my! Here are some new bio-inspiring ideas and technology.
Neanderthals’ dental build-up is giving scientists clues about their diets.
New discovery sheds light on plants’ ability to remember winter and bloom in spring.
Symbiosis may have contributed to the earliest advancement of land plants.