Venus flytraps are far from 'dumb'
New research explains the plant's digestive process and how it can identify a meal from a false alarm.
Tiny cameras spy on crows making tools
Scientists have the first footage of tropical crows fashioning tools in the wild.
'Gene drive' mosquitoes could end malaria once and for all
Researchers figure out how to guarantee that genetic resistance to the disease is passed between generations.
NASA to study how higher temps affect the Earth's ability to absorb CO2
The space agency wants to know how forests and oceans absorb our carbon dioxide emissions.
Politician wants to give 200 NYC trees email addresses
Trees need email too.
Scent-dispensing chips help researchers snap wild wolverines
A special processor is helping Woodland Park Zoo track wild wolverines.
Neuroscientists accurately predict intelligence with an fMRI scan
You've heard of fingerprints -- but what about brain-prints?
Just add water and this squid-inspired plastic heals itself
This might make you think twice next time you order calamari.
Eagle takes umbrage with interloping drone
This is why you don't mess with an animal whose wingspan is wider than your own.