40 Years Of Sounding The Alarm On Nuclear Winter
In October 1983, Carl Sagan introduced the world to the idea of nuclear winter caused by nuclear weapon fallout. Is it still a threat?
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If given final approval by the FDA, this treatment would be the first to use gene-editing CRISPR technology on humans.
Gene variants inherited from Neanderthals can impact pain tolerance and nose shape in modern humans. What else could they influence?
A $1.9 billion plan to suck up salmon and truck them around dams on the Willamette River raises questions.
A new exhibit at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works museum explores the possibility of a hopeful climate future.