New genetic evidence builds the case that single-celled marine microbes might chow down on viruses.
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Scientists still don’t know how the marine mammals go so long without air.
A new study finds that what used to be a rare weather double whammy has been occurring more frequently in recent decades because of climate change.
Unlike some of its competitors, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine does not need to be frozen and may require just one shot instead of two.
New findings suggest a previously unknown virus may play a role in the sudden death of many freshwater mussels in recent years.
Honeybees were better at pollinating crops after scent training.
A new study suggests that the ocean’s strangest-looking headgear is difficult to tote around.
When a species of microalgae gets inside a zooplankton that feeds on it, it smothers the grazer’s eggs and disrupts reproduction.
The gap between rates set for private insurers and employers vs. those by the federal government stirs the debate over a government-run health plan.
One of the biggest surveys ever of ancient DNA offers new evidence of who the Vikings were and where they went raiding and trading.