Some biologists argue that “neurobiology” has been too narrowly defined
In tracIng the skunk lIneage, appearances can be deceiving, so can odors
A pioneering effort to restore a species to the wild continues, even as floodwaters rise and scientists debate the animal’s genetic heritage.
Deciphering the link between nature and nurture
Allergies, autoimmune disease, and the hygiene hypothesis
Threatened by pollution and climate change, the future of Earth’s largest inland body of water is in the hands of five bordering nations.
It's a banner year for snowy owls
Caves are among the predators’ favorite spots.
The brain doesn't much care whether an experience is real.
The secret, social lives of bacteria
With proper safeguards, water currents can be harnessed out of sight.
Barely pulled back from the brink of extinction, California condors are still being poisoned by lead-based ammunition.
Vulnerable everywhere in the wild, lions already face regional extinction.
Reef-building sponges are giving up their long-held secrets.