Of early modern medicinal monopolies and the nature of a "true" product of empire.
For some sand-dwelling plants, stickiness is a defense tactic that keeps predators at bay.
“You have to have almost a cruel streak in you to be a successful Martin landlord."
Tap into the underground network of plants and fungi with mysterious myco-heterotrophes.
The tiny winter songbirds are clever kings to the Irish. They're also fodder (literally) for post-Christmas ritual.
The carnivorous plant, native to the Carolinas, has beguiled botanists and members of the public alike since the eighteenth century.
Epidemics revive old remedies and accelerate experimentation with new ones.
The seemingly static appearance of these ancient-looking arthropods presents a challenge for scientists who want to study their evolutionary history.
Bats have a unique genetic ability to tolerate many viral infections. Can humans uncover their secrets?
Heliconias can distinguish among pollinators like hummingbirds and respond selectively to their visits.