Populations with a variety of genes can help a species adapt to threats like diseases and climate change.
Brian Owens, Contributor
Individuals will compromise on their own temperature preferences to gain the benefits of group life.
As erosion claims land, local scientists explore using oysters to preserve parts of the Mississippi delta.
Massive geoengineering projects to hold back glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica could slow sea level rise.
Green plant could help clean up heavy metal contamination at industrial sites.
The solution flowing through the Keystone pipeline isn't just crude oil. Scientists are now learning what that means for spills.
The technology is progressing quickly, but the main challenge may be overcoming our fears.
Both Tour de France racers and recreational cyclists can improve performance by riding hardest into the wind.
Expeditions will delve into the wild, looking for species that haven’t been seen for at least a decade.
Software helps a conservation group see where shade trees will best cool a river. Then the hard work starts.
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