In an interview from 2002, Jane Goodall gave Ira a lesson in how to speak with chimps. Plus, highlights from the 33rd First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony, which celebrate the silly side of science. And, stories that share the research of a few Ig Nobel winners.
Seven “clean energy hubs” will receive a total of $7B to develop forms of hydrogen production with minimal carbon emissions.
Humans have long stocked alpine lakes with fish for anglers, but research shows some rapidly evolving trout are altering aquatic ecosystems.
Ahead of the US Grand Prix, an aerodynamicist breaks down the recent engineering changes to F1 cars.
Paleontologists pieced together a food chain from Paja Formation fossils, showing an additional level of apex predators with no modern equivalent.
Poet Jane Hirshfield takes on crises both biological and human in her book “Ledger.”
A new analysis of ancient footprints in White Sands, New Mexico, adds to the debate about when humans arrived in North America.
On November 8, gather your smartest friends (or the luckiest ones) and test your science knowledge for bar trivia!