Public health experts say the US should prioritize protecting vulnerable residents and halting the domestic spread of the virus.
A NASA project to study snowstorms in the Northeast has faced a lack of storms and a broken plane. They’re not giving up.
The snapping shrimp’s claws pop louder than gunshots. Rising temperatures could make them fire faster—and disrupt their undersea neighbors.
With the help of a new kind of drone, marine biologists can sequence DNA found in the ocean to reveal what’s living in an ecosystem—and what’s missing.
It’s not the same as a vaccine. But a shorter-lived antibody treatment may shield health workers and family members during the early days of an outbreak.
The World Health Organization declared the China outbreak an international threat, raising questions about many countries’ health infrastructure.
The BlueDot algorithm scours news reports and airline ticketing data to predict the spread of diseases like those linked to the flu outbreak in China.
How quickly do music and literature change? Evolutionary biology could give us a hint.
The market for offsets is booming as companies seek to burnish their green credentials. But only some investments make a difference.
A growing industry might take over the job of predicting sunny days and snowstorms. Are you ready for Big Weather?