The Amazon Rainforest may soon be classified as a savanna instead of a rainforest, due to accelerating deforestation. What does that mean for the planet?
New studies show that sunscreen ingredients can stay in your bloodstream days after you apply it.
Native Hawaiian scientists support the pursuit of knowledge—but question the human cost.
In her book ‘Slime,’ Ruth Kassinger visits a family-run seaweed farm in South Korea to see how the crop is grown and transformed into nori.
From ghost forests to lemurs and carnivorous plants, North Carolina has it all. On September 18th, join us in Raleigh to explore the diverse, natural landscapes and impactful science happening across the state.
The Ebola crisis in the D.R.C. is now the second biggest outbreak on record. That, and other science stories in the news this week.