Scientists caught hundreds of birds in Spanish caves by net and by hand over the course of years, to prove a point about how Neanderthals lived.
One volunteer counted 261 dead migratory birds surrounding the World Trade Center complex on Tuesday morning.
Internationally, pandemic-related stressors and social media are converging in an 'epidemic within a pandemic' of Tourettes-like tics in young people.
The messy public debate about the origins of SARS-CoV-2 is the endpoint of over a year of failures on the part of science communicators.
The experts of the Team Halo initiative have taken to social media in order to combat falsehoods about COVID-19 and promote accurate vaccine science.
A new study concludes that extinction rates for gastropods during the fifth mass extinction were worse than believed, and the sixth could be even bigger.
Spiders rely on the vibrations in their webs to perceive their environment, and now we can hear their mysterious music.
The U.S. is vaccinating people at a clip even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and it's time to take stock of what went so wrong in those critical early days.
Classical Earth observations are reaching their limit, so scientists are probing fundamental physics in space to understand our planet's complexity.
Only the flu shot is taken annually, but new advances are getting us closer to making that a thing of the past with a lifesaving universal flu vaccine.
"A single [keyhole] wasp putting a caterpillar in a pitot probe could bring down an aircraft of 350 people.”