Kuki Gallmann was taken to a hospital for treatment, her family said. The attack was part of a wider problem in which farmers have been terrorized by herders.
Shadow three scientists as they work with wolves and butterflies, DNA and tide pools before they attend one of the March for Science demonstrations around the country.
The spacecraft is set to venture into the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring 22 times until Sept. 15, then crash into the planet.
A founder of modern forensic psychiatry, Dr. Sadoff once estimated that he had evaluated as many as 10,000 defendants in criminal cases.
Climate change is altering the environment in ways that increase the potential for viruses like Zika.
Researchers think 3-D printing may make it cheaper and easier to create glass objects, from skyscraper facades to tiny devices used in research.
Climate displacement is becoming one of the world’s most powerful — and destabilizing — geopolitical forces.
In this 360° video, get an up-close look at how a dung beetle in Laikipia, Kenya, prepares a meal.
The percentage of scientists aged 55 and older nearly doubled from 1993 to 2008, amid concerns that young researchers are getting crowded out.
San Francisco’s Young Adult Court, created in 2015, is based on recent research suggesting that brain development extends beyond age 18, into the 20s.
Visual highlights from the demonstrations in Washington and around the world.
Thousands of scientists and science enthusiasts will march on Saturday in Washington and other locations, with many motivated by President Trump’s policies.
Finding new ways to cure cancer trumps privacy concerns.
Naked mole rats flip a metabolic switch to last for hours in oxygen levels that would kill other mammals. They can last 18 minutes with zero oxygen.
A new study found that a major ocean current is carrying plastic from the North Atlantic to the Greenland and Barents seas, and leaving it there.
The planet, about 40 light years from Earth, is close enough that astronomers hope they will someday be able to probe its atmosphere for signs of water or other evidence of suitability for life.
It’s actually a clam, it lives on sulfur and researchers have studied a living specimen for the first time.
Scientists are investigating whether releasing tons of particulates into the atmosphere might be good for the planet. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea.
On Saturday scientists and their advocates are expected to fill streets in more than 500 cities. But what they do next is just as important.
Blood samples from a captive Komodo dragon blood yield molecules that kill bacteria and heal wounds, biochemists find.
Think you know your racial background? A communications studies project involving ancestry DNA testing has led to interesting conversations on identity.
The large crystals, and perhaps life forms within, may be scattered around by a whirlwind that a geologist calls a gravel devil.
Trump is in charge at a critical moment for keeping climate change in check. We may never recover.
The renowned birder recommends Ecuador and Uganda, as well as Cape May in New Jersey. His favorite place is the Malheur refuge in Oregon.
The asteroid, 2014 JO25, which is approximately 2,000 feet end-to-end, was about 1.1 million miles away when it passed by on Wednesday morning.
A groundbreaking study has found that genetic variations in mice are linked to parental care and monogamy, the first time such a link has been found in mammals.
Insurers have been closely watching as President Trump and congressional lawmakers debate the future of subsidies that help lower deductibles and co-payments.
Along parts of the East Coast, the entire system of insuring coastal property is beginning to break down.
In remarks submitted The Times, some said the president’s posture toward science demanded a response, but others worried about the politicization of science.
Birds that migrate early and start producing offspring may find their nests overtaken by larger birds that nest later, a wildlife biologist says.