Bryophytes are an important part of our environment, but in the tropics, there's still much to learn about them
The discovery shows how studying marine biodiversity can enhance biomedical research.
High-elevation birds might use their downy feathers to keep from wasting energy shivering to stay warm
When Perseverance lands, Mariah Baker will collect data that will prepare the way for crewed missions to the Red Planet
A new model explains a possible route for the extraterrestrial rock before it blasted Earth
Now that scientists can detect these fossils in geologic materials faster, they will be able to look for past evidence of the fossils more efficiently
Thanks to a Harvard-Smithsonian mentoring program, high school students Kartik Pinglé and Jasmine Wright helped discover new worlds
The research could help zoologists understand what makes tuataras so genetically different from all other reptiles.
Studying past Arctic cultures and working with today's northern communities to address present-day socioeconomic and environmental challenges
Two individuals spotted in the wild seem to have classic long necks but unusually short, stubby legs
New study shows how extracting whole genomes from ancient material opens the door for new research questions and breathes new life into old samples
Competition for resources, symbiosis or predation shapes the evolution and survival of species
A new study in Nature published the genomes—the complete DNA sequences—of 363 species of birds, opening the door for hundreds of new studies
The Peruvian tern's desert camouflage makes it almost impossible to track, but that’s exactly what the research team set out to do
Bison mummies hold valuable information for researchers who want to understand how biodiversity evolved and responded to climate change.
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