For rhinoceros beetles, size matters.
Stem cells can be turned into heart, liver, and brain cells—but what about a whole new organism? A study in Science explains the transformation from stem cell to egg to mouse pup.
By 1982, fewer than two dozen California condors lived in the wild. By 1985, only one wild breeding pair was known to exist.
Cheatgrass, an invasive weed, chokes out native sagebrush—and sets the stage for massive blazes.
Move over mammoths—many lesser-known beasts roamed North America during the Ice Age too.
We’ll check in with biologists studying American kestrels, prairie falcons, red-tailed hawks, and other raptors that nest in Idaho’s Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. Plus, bringing back the California condor.
What happens at the Northeast Mycological Federation Foray?
At the Northeast Mycological Federation’s 36th Annual Foray, some 15 crafty people learned how to use wool roving to create a mushroom-themed felt pillow.
This convention is for mushrooms and the people who love them.
Bat biologist Nickolay Hristov, of UNC’s Center for Design Innovation and Winston-Salem State University, develops new techniques for filming and visualizing bats.
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