Biology

Major emperor penguin breeding ground gone barren since 2016

Apr 24, 2019

A new study finds that since 2016 almost nothing is being born at Antarctica's second biggest breeding ground for emperor penguins

SeaWorld publishes decades of orca data to help wild whales

Apr 22, 2019

The theme-park company SeaWorld has published new data from its captive killer whales _ information that scientists say could help inform how they go about trying to save sick or stranded orcas in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere

British cyber expert pleads guilty to creating malware

Apr 20, 2019

A British cybersecurity researcher credited with stopping a worldwide computer virus in 2017 has pleaded guilty to developing malware to steal banking information

Oklahoma City bombing 'Survivor Tree' DNA to live on

Apr 19, 2019

Oklahoma City is using science and technology to sustain the DNA of a tree symbolizing hope 24 years after the deadliest act of domestic terrorism on US soil

The Latest: Oklahoma City bombing Survivor Tree DNA lives on

Apr 19, 2019

Science is helping Oklahoma City to sustain the DNA of a tree symbolizing hope 24 years after the deadliest act of domestic terrorism on U.S. soil

Bobcat survives deadly California wildfire, has 4 kittens

Apr 19, 2019

Wildlife officials say a young bobcat captured and collared a day before a massive, deadly wildfire has given birth to four kittens

Wild bee species critical to pollination on the decline

Apr 18, 2019

A new study has found that more than a dozen wild bee species critical to pollinating fruits and vegetables across New England are on the decline

Study: Genetic test predicts middle-aged obesity risk

Apr 18, 2019

Scientists say a genetic test can identify newborns at heightened risk of becoming severely obese by middle age, possibly giving time for interventions designed to head off that fate

Celeb or stranger? Study weighs Americans' interest in birds

Apr 15, 2019

A new study uses Google searches to assess how interested Americans are in 621 bird species

Study: Aegean farmers replaced hunters of ancient Britain

Apr 15, 2019

Scientists say a wave of migrants from what is now Greece and Turkey arrived in Britain some 6,000 years ago and virtually replaced the existing hunter-gatherer population

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