Rachel Feltman is author of Been There, Done That: A Rousing History of Sex, and is executive editor at Popular Science in New York, New York.
Americans’ Knowledge Of Reproductive Health Is Limited
As the nation awaits a momentous Supreme Court decision, a poll looks at opinions of and knowledge about reproductive health issues.
So You Think You Know About Sex
A new book, “Been There, Done That: A Rousing History of Sex,” will make you question what you thought you knew about sex.
How Sexual Intercourse Was Invented, 385 Million Years Ago
Okay, but how exactly did sex come about? Science journalist Rachel Feltman dives into the saucy science of doing it.
The James Webb Telescope Releases Its First Focused Image
Though scientific images are still months away, the James Webb Space Telescope has sent back the highest resolution infrared space images ever.
A Spike In Winter COVID Cases Begins
Plus, scientists discover a new species of millipede that actually lives up to its name.
The 2019 Science News That Made The Headlines
We discuss the biggest moments in science from the year, and recap a decade of discoveries as we head into 2020.
2018 Year In Review: Wildfires, Space Probes, And CRISPR
We recap the year in science news with Sarah Kaplan and Rachel Feltman.
Europe Moves Towards A Partial Plastics Ban
The EU is finalizing rules that would ban certain single-use plastic items, such as plastic cutlery and styrofoam coffee cups.
An Aborted Launch Brings Space Station Questions
On Thursday, two astronauts en route to the International Space Station had to abort their launch, making a ‘ballistic descent’ back to Earth.
Hurricane Lane Aims For The Hawaiian Islands
A strong Pacific hurricane, fueled by unusually warm waters, has Hawaii in its sights.