Massive comparison runs on Duke samples, leadership
Genes reveal deep histories of bird origins, feathers, flight and song
A few highlights of the findings; a look at what's next
Two doses over 14 days could slow an outbreak
Building a neutrino detector with scraps and ingenuity
Watching primates make social decisions in the lab and in the field
Emerging field of "epigenetics" studies the signals that tell DNA to work
Pioneering pair of students count fish and cows
Duke-supported private reserve is one man's lifeboat of biodiversity
Despite ‘Truly Terrifying’ Stats, Researchers Believe Future Risks Can be Reduced
Memorable field trip caps student's Miami experience
Chemicals in dust are as concentrated as in sewage sludge.
This list shows how flame retardants affect humans and animals.
Summer projects led to co-authorship of two Science papers
Paleo-anthropologist finds himself in a three million year old argument