Scientists induce a sugar rush in plants, getting more growth and resilience with zero genetic modification.
Researches suss out what matters most when it comes to managing fisheries.
Scientists develop a cheap, recyclable material that selectively removes mercury and lead from drinking water.
Though welfare concerns remain, breeders have produced a more environmentally friendly chicken.
Leaving some milkweeds standing in cornfields can minimize yield losses from pests
Researchers find a way to tweak carbon fixation rates to achieve higher crop yields.
A new global study makes the case for conserving rivers for the fish found there and the humans who eat them.
Consumers often get less-threatened species when they buy mislabeled fish.
A 40-year experiment in letting nature take its course makes the case for an alternative approach to wildfire management.
The first ever systematic survey of cannabis explores America's newest, booming cash crop.