Recently identified subspecies ranges farther than first imagined: across Africa.
An archaeologist ponders the fate of Hoover Dam
Evidence that doing good feels good.
Human evolution was not a special case of anything.
Reflections on lessons learned by another young scientist eighty years ago.
Even at an early evolutionary stage, bird-like dinosaurs occupied different niches in the same ecosystem,
Dung beetles use light from the MIlky Way to find their way
Memory is improved, at least for snails, with epicatechin (epi)--a flavonoid abundant in chocolate, green tea, and red wine.
Researchers are discovering how genetically similar worker bees that perform one of two distinct types of jobs can switch roles, depending on the needs of the hive.
Discoveries of more complete remains of cartilagenous fishes have shed new light on the prehistory of sharks and their relatives.
New studies of the white shark (aka great white) show that its social life and hunting strategies are complex
With suggestions that Americans turn to economic account some of the smaller species of the Atlantic Coast
The Strange Story of Nine English Mutineers Who Took Up Their Abode With Their Native Tahitian Wives, on a Desert Island in the South Seas.
A mammoth tusk is discovered during an excavation for a new building
Florida Museum of Natural History Study Provides New Insight.
The badlands of southeastern Utah, home to part of the
dinosaur-rich layer of rocks called the Morrison Formation
With the spotlight on ’rithmetic, there are now free online sites where you can practice your math skills.
Alternatives to surgery for treating joint pain from arthritis
An Internet guide to the importance of "gaze" in robot-human interactions
An Internet guide to the Iron Age Centic culture