A group of undergraduates from Stanford and Brown compete in a genetic engineering competition using synthetic biology techniques to answer astrobiology questions.
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Researchers were stunned to find a phytoplankton bloom beneath Arctic Sea Ice.
Genetic analysis of African hunter-gatherers yields new clues to the geographic origin of our species.
NOAA has issued this year’s Arctic Report Card. If you were its parent, what would you do?
The evolution of our species’ most famous traits took hundreds of thousands of years. But in some cases, evolution doesn’t always take its sweet time.
What do you get when you combine gecko toes and scientists’ imagination?
Remote atolls are teaching scientists a lot about healthy coral reef ecosystems and their future.
NASA will soon launch the ICESCAPE mission on a high-tech Coast Guard cutter to study the changing Arctic.
Local researchers have discovered that during the last warming event, small mammals may not have gone extinct, but did lose their diversity.
Elephants not only communicate through sound waves, but also through seismic waves.