Saving each species requires targeted solutions rather than broad goals
A global hole in the ozone layer caused by an asteroid impact would expose life on Earth to higher UV radiation levels.
Early comic book superheroes may have gotten a cue from real-life daredevils at the New York World's Fair in 1939.
A neurobiologist tackles the question of whether humans are more than just ape relatives with bigger brains.
A real-life psychiatrist explains why Batman and mental health professionals have such a rocky history
Baby DVDs, TV shows and video games all fight for the attention of babies, students, parents and teachers.
Power need not corrupt everyone who suddenly gets superpowers, as long as they have the right personality and background.
Infection risks vary wildly for hosts depending on whether parasites compete or play nicely together
A complex legal trial lies behind the myth of Galileo and the struggle between science and religion.
Newly uncovered 'lost' letters reveal additional details on the race to discover DNA's molecular structure
Health troubles travel in a pack for certain military veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq with PTSD
Genetically modified salmon that grow twice as fast as regular farmed fish could soon land on your dinner plate.
The aerospace and defense giant will use remote sensing technology to hunt for deposits of rare earth elements.
Meteorologists set out today to survey the aftermath of the storm for signs of possible tornado damage.
Betsey Wynne shipped out with her naval officer husband during the Napoleonic Wars and nursed one of the greatest British heroes of all time back to health.