Biology

Federal government: No threatened species listing for walrus

Oct 4, 2017

The Trump administration will not add the Pacific walrus to a list of threatened species

The Latest: Walrus advocates slam endangered species denial

Oct 4, 2017

The author of a petition to list the Pacific walrus as a threatened or endangered species says the federal government has made a disgraceful decision in rejecting the listing

Nobel Prize honors method revealing details of molecules

Oct 4, 2017

Three researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for developing a way to create detailed images of the molecules that drive life

The Latest: Nobel winner 'like Google Earth for molecules'

Oct 4, 2017

3 researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developments in electron microscopy.

Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prize

Oct 2, 2017

Three Americans win a Nobel Prize for their discoveries about the body's biological clock

9/11 tribute lights could be dangerous for birds, study says

Oct 2, 2017

Study finds annual Sept. 11 tribute lights in lower Manhattan are a potentially fatal attraction to birds

The Latest: Nobel winner Young: Body clocks are the future

Oct 2, 2017

Nobel Prize winner Michael Young said his research with two other Americans on body clocks will be used over and over in the future.

Warm weather keeping Lake Champlain from spawning runs

Sep 30, 2017

Biologists say the summer-like weather at the end of September is keeping some of the land-locked Atlantic salmon in Lake Champlain from making the runs up the Winooski River to their traditional spawning grounds

Feds charge college professor with running fake trade school

Sep 30, 2017

Federal prosecutors have charged a college professor with creating a fake trade school on the New York campus of his employer by teaching unauthorized courses and issuing phony certificates

Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debris

Sep 29, 2017

Nearly 300 species of sea creatures, including mussels, fish and crabs, hitchhiked on debris from the 2011 tsunami that hit Japan to reach US shores

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