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Mon, May 20, 2013 4:50 PM
The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program combines technology and biology to train bottlenose dolphins to find sea mines, enemy divers and even artifacts.
From Africa to Japan, animal researchers are discovering the extraordinary abilities elephants for language and even numbers.
Scientists genetically engineer a new strain of female mosquitoes that cannot fly, hoping the handicap will curb dengue fever outbreaks.
There's nothing like a day of sunny weather and temperatures in the 40s to get you pumped for some springtime bike riding.
Two men face possible prison time and steep fines for dumping wastewater into an abandoned oil well in Pennsylvania.
New research shows deforestation during the 20th century has forced songbirds to rapidly change their wings.
Video: But the gift of gab gives humans an edge in cooperation skills.
Video: If this invasive fish with a voracious appetite reaches the Great Lakes, there could be environmental and economical devastation.
Physics professor Kieran Mullen used liquid nitrogen to froze a laptop and then drop it on the ground -- all to demonstrate how serious he is about his 'no gadgets in class' rule.
Conservation groups highlight the 25 most endangered primate species and how deforestation, illegal hunting and poaching is affecting them.
Queen honeybees can have more than 100 different sexual partners, but that might not be enough for the survival of the colony.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Feb. 14-20.
A New Orleans artist has created a 'body' of work to help raise funds for Save China’s Tigers Rewilding and Reintroduction project. It also celebrates the Chinese Year of the Tiger.
Researcher find that the high salaries associated with oil and gas development draw in lots of people, including registered sex offenders.
Video: Alligators were once the undisputed kings of the Everglades, but which animal would win the battle between gators and giant pythons?
Saving the Hollywood sign, finding the best greener celebrity websites, making fun of Monsanto, and tracking endangered sharks and tigers.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.