So far no one is at imminent risk from the flow of lava from the famed volcano. But an important climate research station is without power.
One of the most wonderful sounds in the world is also one of the most mysterious. Here’s what scientists do and don’t know.
Research at a sacred cultural site—and the world’s largest no-fishing zone—suggests it’s also providing benefits outside its borders.
‘The Sounds Of Life’ uncovers the world of little-known sounds that make up life on Earth. Read it with us this November.
Can humans better listen to the natural world? Karen Bakker thinks yes, with the help of biotechnologies—and a new world perspective.
Human neurons implanted in rat brains could offer scientists a new way to study the brain. Plus, more stories from this week in science.
Rising sea levels and Hurricane Ian finally destroyed the Cape Romano Dome House in Florida, built to withstand the elements.
By intensively using groundwater to irrigate, the country’s farmers are creating space to capture freshwater from monsoons.