The rewards of sharing pictures
Astley Cooper (1768–1841), an English surgeon and anatomist, is remembered for his contributions to vascular surgery and other specialties.
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.
Conspicuous armaments are good visual proxies for fighting ability.
Bats, reservoirs for such viruses as Ebola, are increasingly villainized and require special conservation.
After centuries of moving through the Irish countryside, a group known as Travellers has come to rest.
Algae, plants and humans: three groups of organisms that used chemistry to change the planet.