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The roar of rockets in the hills

The roar of rockets in the hills

Powerful rockets were built and tested in a sleepy residential suburb of Los Angeles

By | Posted July 26, 2017

Ithaca Waterfall

Ithaca, New York, the land of waterfalls

A quick highlights tour of Cornell University and its geological history

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PODCAST: The bag snaggers take on New York City

PODCAST: The bag snaggers take on New York City

A dedicated crew gets plastic out of trees

By | Posted July 24, 2017

A computer’s addled memory

A computer’s addled memory

Cosmic radiation can cause laptop failures and more

By | Posted July 17, 2017

Speaking out for climate science, for the first time

Speaking out for climate science, for the first time

Sonali McDermid is worried about the planet’s food supply — and those seeking to eviscerate science

By | Posted July 11, 2017

Science has a negativity problem

Science has a negativity problem

Exciting new discoveries get all the attention — leaving just-as-important negative results in the dust. And fixing the problem is easier said than done.

By | Posted July 10, 2017

Can I borrow a cup of electricity?

Can I borrow a cup of electricity?

Brooklyn neighbors will soon be able to trade power directly — and there’s more to come

By | Posted July 5, 2017

PODCAST: Keeping up with the collections

PODCAST: Keeping up with the collections

Keeping specimen collections in working order is a full-time job

By | Posted July 3, 2017

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