Tara Santora is the Associate Editor of ScienceLine and former Editor-in-Chief of The Synapse intercollegiate science magazine.
Building on a national movement, Talia Young's high school students sell fish directly to their community
Pesticides, fertilizers, and machines aren’t enough to meet the burgeoning demand for food crops but fast-growing GM plants could pick up the slack
Scientists expect climate change will make storms more intense, therefore the city must amp up its defenses
“Sex” and “gender” have long been used interchangeably, but the difference is crucial in science and society
These two common but often undiagnosed disorders can make vaginal sex painful or impossible
PrEP is over 90 percent effective at preventing HIV — yet only four percent of gay and bisexual men take it
“We’re going into a field that isn’t very queer, and we’re going to make it more queer,” says a science and technologies studies major at New York University
Meat and dairy aren’t exactly disappearing, but veggie alternatives are gaining ground
In 2015, a study out of San Francisco estimated one-third of sexual assault cases involve date rape drugs. Here's how to protect yourself and your friends
Transgender people have higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide, partly due to state-backed discrimination
Arctic activities could hurt polar bears, but it won’t matter if sea ice keeps melting
Researchers find a link between an unhealthy party trend and sexual objectification
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