Biologists have wondered how the patterns on butterfly wings change.
News from Princeton discusses the work of Tom Smith and Bridgett vonHoldt, who have solved a “long-standing finch beak mystery.” The answer turned out to be Mendelian, not Darwinian.
Living things are on the move everywhere. Why do some of them go to great lengths to migrate, while others stay put?
Another study of bird migration using geolocators finds fascinating new facts about social interactions during long-distance flights.
Chances are, we’ve all attended a lecture, a conference, or some other event that was said to be “critical,” “momentous,” or even “life-changing.”