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.
Plus, the moon may have pockets of pleasant temperature, and why a space vacation would be terrible for global warming on Earth.
Piping plovers face a myriad of threats: predators, flooding, and human development. But volunteers are intervening to help them survive.
Plants struggle to fend off disease in the heat. Scientists are turning to gene editing to defend global food supplies from future heat waves.
To avoid their eggs turning into “tadpole brittle,” these toads breed across species to give them a leg up in survival.
If passed, the CHIPS Act will allow tech companies to manufacture semiconductors in the U.S. instead of relying on imports.
As the country’s largest saltwater lake dries up, toxic dust storms threaten the surrounding residents.
Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman explains how ‘noise’ and bias can lead to poor decisions.
A geneticist on the growing evidence for earlier arrivals of First Peoples to North and South America—and how to ethically collect that data.
Genetic anthropologist Jennifer Raff walks through the delicate and precise art of obtaining DNA samples from centuries-old human remains.
Be the most popular person in your group thread: bring your team to the nerdiest virtual trivia night out there, full of science nerdiness!
Blake Crouch imagines a world where your genome can be hacked in his new sci-fi thriller ‘Upgrade.’ Read it with us this August.
This decision marks one of the largest returns of land to an Indigenous nation in U.S. history.
As omicron continues to evolve and reinfect, experts join us to debunk the latest pandemic misinformation and shed light on new boosters.