The newly hot alternative to meat has a long history.
These Florida mollusks make off with chloroplasts from algae and cleverly photosynthesize them for their own nutrition.
Trees in cities have the ability to sequester carbon, provide shade, and mitigate flooding. But no one tree fits all environments.
A hundred-year-old red oak in a Massachusetts forest told a writer and a team of scientists secrets about change over time.
The pawpaw is finding champions again after colonizers' dismissal, increasing globalization and economic needs.
Mating snails stab each other with barbs to increase chances of paternity.
An unlikely source of data about the decline of trout in modern Spain: a book from the 1850s.
A very nineteenth-century-science problem: lots of decaying avian specimens.
Marine biologists need to count sharks to save them, but the common practice of using video cameras to record populations could be improved.
What’s there to love about “bad” coffee? For much of the world, plenty.