People who don't believe scientists will listen to George Clooney.
A new study finds populations of several frog species in Panama appear to be gaining resistance to a deadly pathogen that can lead to extinction.
Researchers have discovered a new organism that has no known evolutionary relatives, causing them to reconsider how genes evolve.
The fish, called O'opu, have developed the ingenious ability to climb hundreds of feet up the side of waterfalls in order to breed.
Turns out, our ancient ancestors' consumption of fermented fruits created a genetic mutation that be the cause of alcoholism in people today.
A study shows that most of the variation in plants and trees comes down to just two factors: overall size and the "leaf economics spectrum."
Is nature nasty, brutish, and at war with itself—or is it all about co-existence? A punk rocker argues the latter.