How Bangladeshi farmers found a way to save massive amounts of water. Plus, how (and why) NASA successfully caused a collision between a small spacecraft and an asteroid. And how do you vaccinate a wild racoon? Hint: Fish-flavored candy, and a few helicopters.
Scientists are working hard to make sure your Oregon Pinot Noir doesn’t change taste after smoke exposure.
The chief engineer for the Space Launch System gives an update on the Artemis mission’s huge rocket, and the engineering challenges of returning to the moon.
Astrophysicist Nia Imara’s career merges art and astronomy to figure out how stars are born.
Antidepressants work, but researchers still don’t fully understand why. Experts discuss what we do and don’t know about how antidepressants affect the brain.
Untreated sewage discharge in the warming waters may have caused a dangerous algal bloom.
Sulfuric acid, now facing a supply shortage, is an important part of manufacturing, from fertilizer to the batteries green energy requires.
Known for their indiscriminate diet, goats are helping conservation managers remove invasive plants from parks.
Remembering the inventive scientist and SETI pioneer who found a way to calculate the probability of discovering extraterrestrial life.