The 41st class of SHERP is thrilled to present this special edition of Scienceline written for readers in grades six through eight
The third woman to win the award illuminates workforce gender gap
The dark sky is only accessible to people with the means to travel to it. That needs to change
Meet Joe Hollins, the recently retired veterinarian who cared for a record-breaking 190-year-old tortoise named Jonathan in his remote island home
For all of kelp’s potential benefits to people and the planet, its success will depend on cultural shifts
Millions of pumpkins end up in landfills every Halloween season, but there’s a better alternative
As millions of people with the eating disorder seek more effective treatment options, experts say psychedelic therapy shows very early promise
An interactive experience in NYC thinks it found the key ingredient for getting adults interested in science: alcohol
We’ve spread far beyond any other plant or animal, but what makes us unique?
The global boom in sand mining threatens millions, a new study of the Mekong River suggests
Satellites have come to play a vital part in our world, from providing Internet to monitoring Arctic glaciers.
Scientists are working on climate resistant coffee, but can they make it taste good?
“Sex” and “gender” have long been used interchangeably, but the difference is crucial in science and society
Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?
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