The arrival of thousands of pelicans could annoy just about anyone, but few resort to a mass killing to deal with the "problem." That's what one Minnesota farmer did this week, and he now faces fines of $15,000 and six months in
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Interview with Janine Benyus, President of the Biomimicry Institute
Biomimicry has already influenced our lives in more ways than you'd likely begin
Despite protests from climate change deniers, proof that the world's glaciers are melting keeps piling up. In just two years, large stretches of Greenland have disappeared into the ocean, and the comparison of photos from 2009 and
The idea of designing a drone after the maple seed has been around for awhile. But finally, researchers have made it happen. DARPA's maple seed-inspired drone has taken flight, and can be remote controlled to fly around
A few months ago we wrote about a mechanical seagull that rivals the real thing in how lifelike it looks on the wing. Well, turns out it can fool even members of the species it is mimicking. The robotic seagull was tested
Sharks are amazing. When you bother to stop and really look at them, they're just flat out amazing creatures. Scientists, thankfully, are studying them ever more closely and are finding many ways in which these prehistoric fish