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Representation of a DNA molecule that is methylated. The two white spheres are methyl groups.
Ocean scientists use lidar to take measurements far deeper than is possible with satellites.
Scientists studied ferns and other plants in New Guinea, the world's richest island for plants.
Snowmelt in the Teton Range is a water source for five states through which the Snake River passes.
A seven-county Michigan study analyzed the relationship between forested areas and urban sprawl.
A tropical cyclone as seen from space; Atlantic hurricanes and East Asia's weather may be linked.
As the ocean continues to absorb more carbon from human activity, fish may be affected.
New study uses a method of tracking the strength of near-shore ocean currents from a distance.
This Tasmanian devil's future hangs in the balance, and with it, perhaps human health discoveries.
Graphene-wrapping innovation increases effectiveness of fighting superbugs in wastewater treatment.
Artist's impression of nanomechanical resonators designed to generate and trap sound particles.
A cichlid showing the white spots characteristic of the fish parasite Ichthyophthirius multifiliis.
Research on the squid Doryteuthis pealeii has led to major advances in neurobiology.
Harvard Pond lies within the Harvard Forest LTER site in Massachusetts.