With smokers flicking an estimated 4.5 trillion cigarette butts into the ecosphere each year, it’s time take a tougher stand against the toxin-laden litter.
3-D printing meets fish tracking
Conservation biologists want in on the 3-D printing revolution.
Sprawling man-made structures are creating a gelatinous future
Simple fixes bring marine life back to urban coastlines
Fishing regulations vastly reduce sea turtle deaths
But sharks can’t tell the difference
Sharks can’t appreciate color, according to some new work by vision researchers—but that blind spot might help keep the big predators out of troubl
John Nielsen talks with Alexander Gaos
Last year, biologist Alexander Gaos drove his derelict pickup truck thousands of miles along the western coasts of Mexico and Central America.
Scientists are freezing coral cells in hopes of seeding future reefs in more hospitable oceans
Researchers connect herpes virus to a domino effect set off by nitrogen pollution
Massive sea-life inventory releases tallies