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The Arctic is transitioning to a new climate state because of rapid warming.
A Velcro-like sensor can sample food for signs of spoilage and bacterial contamination.
Viral infection of Emiliania huxleyi and a satellite view of an E. huxleyi bloom
Scientists have identified at least 11 species of fish with likely land-walking abilities.
In the face of environmental change, researchers anticipate the rise of mosquito-borne diseases.
Model of a biological condensate; individual protein molecules are highlighted in color.
Ocean warming is driving sea scallops, blue mussels, surf clams and quahogs into warmer waters.
Scientist Samantha Howe led research into nutrient levels in the Gulf of Mexico.
Scientists discover that deep underground forces explain earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault.
Early detection of soil-surface ozone helps prevent damage to grapevines and apple trees.
Artist's impression depicts Venus, where astronomers may have found a signature of life.
Increasing El Niño and La Niña intensity leads to warming in the eastern tropical Pacific (left).
This false-color photograph shows a "forest" of many candy pinnacles dissolved in water.
Scientist have produced a therapeutic derived from turmeric to treat ocular inflammation in dogs.
Computer simulation shows an accretion disk of stellar material spiraling into a black hole.
The yellow mealworm Tenebrio molitor. Scientists found the insect could serve as a protein source.
A drought shelter used in a grasslands experiment near Hays, Kansas.
New research links a past Southeast Asia megadrought to drying in Africa.
Coral conservation efforts could get a boost from a newly developed genotyping "chip."