Recent sea ice losses partially tied to larger, warmer flows
Early in April, Europe will launch the first satellite in its Copernicus program: a fleet of a dozen environmental monitoring spacecraft designed to study Earth's oceans, changes in land use, and atmosphere.
Oceanographers have released a digital atlas containing remarkably detailed maps of ocean chemistry.
A single sex gene allows the Common Mormon swallowtail to mimic the look of a toxic species—and avoid being eaten
Genetic tests show communist leaders transported bears from Romania to Bulgaria
The spotted wren-babbler is the only member of a new, genetically distinct group
First satellite tracking of juvenile loggerheads shows how they warm up to the Sargasso Sea
Gliding reptiles contort their tubular bodies to create efficient airfoils that don't "stall"
Three $25 million institutes proposed in 2015 budget request aim to catalyze private sector research
Material that changes its magnetism with temperature may point way to new kind of computer memory
Contraction of biomedical research labs may have begun due to 5% sequester cut to NIH budget
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