The social media company rebranded itself as Snap, Inc., and has unveiled sunglasses fitted with two cameras for recording 10-second moments.
Oyster farmers have been hit hard by acidifying seas. Can they adapt?
Dry conditions lead trees to release pheromones that attract bark beetles, exacerbating an epidemic of dying forests in the state of California.
How one researcher’s curiosity about tardigrades in the 1970s led to a major breakthrough in medical science.
As artificial intelligence advances, it could transform our world. How do we ensure it does so in the best possible way? Plus, what the fight of one frog against the deadly chytrid fungus could mean for the survival of imperiled amphibians around the globe.
Health experts tout the benefits of standing desks, and walking five miles a day. Science says otherwise. Plus theoretical physicist Roger Penrose argues against some prominent theories about the universe, calling them fashion, faith, and fantasy.
Homo sapiens worldwide may have descended from a single migration event out of Africa more than 50,000 years ago.