Climate change-induced increases in sea level are forcing archaeologists and communities to get creative and make tough calls
While storms here are nothing new, human influence helped Katrina make Louisiana’s ecological problems worse
Just because a chemical isn’t lethal doesn’t mean it’s not dangerous to other insects
From tracking penguins to coral reefs, satellites are changing the way scientists study ecology
It all comes down to cows
The year 2209 just got a lot scarier
Quicksand, food rationing, and embarrassment may have prompted Ike to push for a better highway system
<i>Triceratops</i> loves me, <i>Triceratops</i> loves me not...
But is it time for a makeover?
The 1633 book has now been digitized
It's not the caffeine
It's the mother of all robots
Researchers still haven't cracked the mystery of "white syndrome"
Summer's stunning meteor shower is sure to please stargazers
Move over, Lara Croft: raiding tombs is an increasingly viable career in China
Pupil shape provides differing advantages to those who crave the hunt and those who hide
Tobacco pipes in the Bard’s backyard may retain traces of cannabis, but some historians remain skeptical
They've been on the cutting edge of the English language since at least the 1500s
The interaction of nearby fault lines may lessen ground shaking around some balancing rocks
Cleanup efforts are underway at the river, which turned a bright orange-yellow after a catastrophic chemical spill
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