Animals, plants, microbes, fungi and all life on Earth, from long-buried dinosaurs to newly emerging infections, often serve to instruct and amaze. We are interested in everything from the simplest physical structures to the most complex emergent behavior of life's many forms — from the extinct to the evolved and from the web of ecology to the promise of animal-inspired technology.
‘Megafires’ jeopardize the black-backed woodpecker’s habitat.
Some poison frogs have become used to the warmer temperatures caused by climate change and deforestation, but they’re nearing their limit.
Researchers are freezing cell samples with liquid nitrogen to keep biodiversity alive. Could this be the best way to conserve species for the future?
Researchers discover evidence of a kauri tree "superorganism" in New Zealand.
Study suggests tourists' photos can yield better, cheaper data than traditional methods for studying wildlife.