Scientists have identified an inherent trade-off in avian sexual selection.
Crows are much smarter than we thought -- and one, in particular, seemed like a moody genius.
We're nowhere near close to 'discovering everything' yet.
Although this mammalian forerunner still reproduced like a reptile, the fossils shed much light on our own evolution.
The findings suggest that the mechanism would probably work on humans too.
Who's a good boy? All dogs, that's who. But some have more problems than others.
Other cells can likely do it too, the researchers believe.
We have a lot to learn from the humble dandelion.
The Jurassic had flesh-eating fish... of course it did.
Saving biodiversity makes more sense than waiting millions of years for it to re-evolve.
Ancient sponges were among the first animals that scientists have been able to identify.
Print me a new me, please. Make me taller, too.
Things start to change when you've been living in the dark for millions of years.
Who doesn't want replacement organs?
The chain of seamounts is brimming with underwater life.
If you think you don’t have viruses, think again.
You've heard of Iron Man, now get ready for Iron Wheat.
It's not about the fight, it's about what leads to the fight.
They used CRISPR gene editing to take a shortcut around traditional plant domestication that can take up to thousands of years.