Deadly New Strain of Anthrax Stalks Chimps in Tropical Africa
New Fossils Push Back Earliest Single-Celled Skeletons 200 Million Years
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Protecting A Little More Land Could Save A Lot More Biodiversity
By applying algorithms to giant datasets traits, researchers found more efficient strategies for conserving biodiversity.
Too Much Pollution for One Place
Emissions from waste treatment facilities and power plants contribute to a slow-motion public health disaster in Chester, PA.
Elastic Electrodes Promise More Powerful, Longer-Lasting Batteries
The Moon’s Interior Might Be Wet
Should Testosterone Be Regulated in Female Athletes?
Scientists debate the ethics of regulating female athletes’ testosterone levels.