Seeking the environmental “hot spots” in $600 billion of government purchases.
Provenance software promises to track down digital info’s secrets — in the name of trust.
Scientists suggest that tradable harvest quotas may reduce the slaughter of whales.
A cool new project dubbed Skolr promises to spread the latest science farther and faster by bringing science's ubiquitous poster sessions online.
The way Americans often squirm when terms like race and diversity are introduced suggests that even many best-intentioned approaches to these defining issues are all wrong.
Software used to optimize flow for jets and phone calls adds a new wrinkle in protecting plants migrating due to climate change.
The race to know how nanoparticles affect living things is on, even as the use of those particles is increasing exponentially.
Pilot project democratizes — and hopefully improves — gathering of scientific data by enlisting commercial fishermen in the study of their local fisheries.