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The lake’s water level has significantly declined since the 1980s. But local scientists and politicians are optimistic they can save it before it’s too late.
How do you make a video game about climate change that’s fun to play? The annual Climate Jam competition aims to do just that.
Despite billions of federal subsidies, salmon survival is predicted to decline by 90% in the next four decades.
Using synthetic breast milk and a 3D-printed pig uterus, artist Ani Liu processes her postpartum period—and the people that helped her through it.
Some argue that it’s safer, cheaper, and better for science if robots take the place of astronauts.
Stem cell transplants can’t cure everyone. But could the latest advance still help point to a more accessible treatment for HIV?
Drag performers, like Pattie Gonia and Kyne, are using social media to bring science communication to a wider audience.
In 2031, the International Space Station will join the Mir station and other orbiters in the ocean’s “spacecraft cemetery.”