A conservationist points to the harm Ebola has done to gorillas and chimpanzees and argues for a vaccine for the great apes.
From the rebooting of a giant particle smasher to the launch of major ocean explorations, 2015 promises to be an exciting year for science.
Insect-eating bats that inhabited a hollow tree in a remote village in Guinea may have been the source of the world's biggest Ebola epidemic.
The death toll is rising, but the number of new cases is slowing, says the World Health Organization.
Dr. Victor Willoughby, who contracted the disease on Saturday, was the 11th doctor in his country to die from the deadly disease.
The horrifying illness that has ravaged West Africa and beyond is the stuff of nightmares.
Deadly contagious viruses can infect multiple animals, including humans.
Demand for Ebola samples is high among scientists developing treatments, but fear of exposure is holding up transportation of samples. Continue reading →
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