NIAID Director Anthony Fauci sheds light on vaccines, variants, and a return to normalcy.
Small numbers of patients seem to be incubators for coronavirus mutation. What does this mean for our efforts to fight the virus?
It took 13 years for an international group of scientists to sequence the human genome. Today, genetic research faces new hurdles.
It all started when a doctor with some peculiar methods showed up in Paris.
Why the CDC may update its guidance on masking, plus more science news stories from the week.
The nation’s first presidential appointee for energy justice talks moving to clean energy, without leaving the most vulnerable behind.
European settlers took the land that became the National Bison Range from Native Americans. In December, that land was given back.
In a new book, Annalee Newitz looks to some of the greatest ancient civilizations around the world to discover the rise and fall of urban centers.
Vaccines are being tested against new variants of the coronavirus. Here’s what the latest data are telling us.
From towering earthen pyramids to bustling ceremonial centers, this Native American city was once the largest urban center in North America.
From February 15 – 21, join Science Friday and 500 Women Scientists for a celebration amplifying the voices of women scientists.