A week-long celebration kicks off with some trivia on the origins of squiddy words.
Plus, reports on UFOs, the impact of climate change on the military, and an elephant dictionary.
The FDA approved the first drug for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease in almost 20 years. But the benefits of the costly medication aren’t clear.
Dr. Rachel Levine talks about the importance of health equity and protecting healthcare for trans youth.
Not all soil is the same. Explore soil texture and structure in this hands-on investigation, then predict how soil health will be affected by climate change.
If scientists could genetically engineer chloroplasts into human skin cells, could it give us the energy needed to live in space long-term?
A new study identifies the genes that make depression inheritable.
Astronaut Scott Kelly talks about the bodily effects of a year in space, and author Christopher Mason explores how to help humans survive.
June 5 marks the 40th anniversary of the first report on HIV and AIDS. Anthony Fauci looks back on four decades of research.
From June 18-25, we’re celebrating the 8th Annual Cephalopod Week by awarding one lucky, many-armed invertebrate the award of a lifetime.