March 31, 2023
The delicate timing between plants, wildlife, and seasons can be thrown off balance by warming temperatures. Plus, researchers now think that a third of people lose their vaccine-derived immunity to mumps by age 18. And the first animal brain map is complete.
March 24, 2023
Can a honey badger beat a short-faced bear? Now’s your chance to compete in March Mammal Madness. Plus, could lab rats become a thing of the past? And a scientifically artistic interpretation of what a black hole sounds like.
March 17, 2023
Pharma companies are harnessing the power of AI to streamline the research development of new drugs. Plus, as phosphorus reserves dwindle, excess phosphorus in fertilizer pollutes waterways. And a smart toilet that give users more insight into their health.
March 10, 2023
With spring around the corner, it’s time to think about how to best set your garden up for success. Plus, how can Utah scientists and politicians save the Great Salt Lake? And a theory that ties black holes with dark energy has astrophysicists divided.
March 3, 2023
We take a deep dive into how big tech has accumulated so much unchecked power. Plus, insulin maker Eli Lilly finally capped the price of the drug. And our favorite science-related Oscar nominees.
February 24, 2023
A groundbreaking policy passed three decades ago ordered institutions to return Native American remains. Many have failed to do so. Plus, designing a package that lets a seed plant itself. And a conversation with rapper and academic Sammus about the intersections between hip-hop and AI.
February 17, 2023
Ohio residents are demanding answers about the environmental impact of a recent train derailment. Plus, amid historic drought, what solutions are available to stabilize the future of water in the western U.S.?. And why it feels so good to eat chocolate.
February 10, 2023
As dementia diagnoses rise, how can our healthcare systems cope? Plus, amid a flurry of AI announcements, we break down how tech like ChatGPT could affect our lives this year.
February 3, 2023
The U.S. just approved its first small modular nuclear power plant design. What does it mean for the future of nuclear power? Plus, the science of fungi in the new ‘The Last Of Us’ TV show. And how a musician used the sounds of climate change on his new album.
January 27, 2023
A new study assesses the vast trove of research into the causes and best treatments for long COVID patients. Plus, a professional birder In Colombia has developed trails to help visually disabled people take part in hiking and birding. And meet the art sleuths using science to find frauds.