Five New Blueberry Species Found in the Colombian Forests (May 23, 2015): Five new species of blueberry have been founds in the forests of Columbia. They belong to the plant family Ericaceae
Botanists Discover 17 New Eugenia Plant Species in Madagascar (May 22, 2015): Botanists have discovered 17 new species of Eugenia plants in Madagascar. They all belong to the Myrtle family.
Newly Discovered Mushrooms Resemble Little People (April 15, 2015): These newly resembled mushrooms resemble little people. They were discovered in Norfolk.
FDA Approves Genetically Modified Innate Potato for Consumption (March 26, 2015): The FDA has approved a genetically modified Innate potato that browns slower and produces less acrylamide when heated.
Two New Blue-Flowered Plant Species Discovered in South Africa (March 21, 2015): Two new blue-flowered plant species have been discovered in South Africa by citizen scientists.
Robotic Platform Enables Indoor Plants to Search for Light (February 17, 2015): A robotic platform called Soybots enables indoor plants to search for light.
Sauropod Dinosaurs Likely Consumed Psychotropic Fungus (February 16, 2015): Sauropod dinosaurs likely consumed a psychotropic fungus. An amber fossil indicates the fungus was on the grass some dinosaurs would have eaten.
U.S. Approves Apples Genetically Modified to Brown More Slowly (February 15, 2015): The U.S. government has approved a new GMO apple that has been genetically modified to brown more slowly.
New Species of Wild Flower Named After Sir David Attenborough (February 7, 2015): A new species of wild flower has been named after
Newly Discovered Australian Plant Smells Like Rotting Fish (January 30, 2015): Newly discovered plant in Australia has orange flowers that smell like rotting fish.
Study Finds Pitcher Plants Switch Off Traps to Capture More Ants (January 24, 2015): A study has found that pitcher plants can temporarily swtich off their traps to capture more ants.
Three New Begonia Plant Species Discovered in Brazil (January 17, 2015): Three new begonia plant species have been discovered in Brazil. They are thought to be native to Brazil.
New Species of Hedge-Nettle Discovered in South Carolina (December 9, 2014): A new species of hedge-nettle or woundwort has been discovered in South Carolina.
New Species of Mushroom Discovered on UC Berkeley Campus (December 7, 2014): Researchers have discovered a new species of mushroom on the UC Berkeley campus.
Fossil of Ancient Carnivorous Flypaper Trap Plant Discovered in Amber (December 5, 2014): The fossil leaves of a carnivous flypaper trap plant was discovered in Amber.