Ecological toll: Sludge from damaged barge spreads in Galveston Bay at ‘worst time’ for birds
It is a danger hidden beneath the streets of New York City, unseen and rarely noticed: 6,302 miles of pipes transporting natural gas. Leaks, like the one that is believed to have led to the explosion that killed eight people in East Harlem this month, number in the thousands every year
On the hunt for disease genes, researchers uncover humanity’s vast diversity
Researchers working on a joint NIH-FDA program to better regulate harmful chemicals accuse the agency of undermining their research with a flawed and deceptive study.
Facing drought and climate change, animals such as the Amargosa vole are struggling to survive in the Mojave Desert.