Climate scientist Michael Mann talks about how important it is to take action before we see climate change’s worst consequences. Plus, research suggests that comedy is a powerful way to mobilize people. And, marine biologists are scrambling to help protect the rapidly dying reef in the Florida Keys.
The endangered Przewalski’s horse and black-footed ferret are the faces of cloning for conservation.
The tissue box-sized satellite made space research easier, and cheaper.
Did you know most cephalopods can only live for a year? Or that they rely heavily on taste to sense their environment?
Jim Metzner, a pioneer of science radio, looks back on his lifetime of nature recordings, now heading for the Library of Congress.
Researcher Roger Payne died earlier this month, leaving behind a legacy of whalesong recordings that inspired global conservation efforts.
With careful observations while watching wasps, you can discover their favorite foods and use that to make your picnics more pleasant.
Two science writers weigh in on their favorite nonfiction and fiction books for the summer season.
Merlin Sheldrake introduces readers to how invisible fungal forces shape our world in unexpected and ecologically important ways.
We’re suckers for a good coloring book page. If you are too, try our all-ages cephalopod coloring challenge!