We’ve been trying to predict the outcomes of elections for a long time, and that might be a problem. Plus, the return to school hasn’t been easy, but STEM educators are finding creative ways to teach science to kids. And we talk about your weird pandemic dreams.
A mechanical engineering professor explains how to lower your risk of infection inside.
There’s still plenty we don’t know about the novel pathogen, but your immune system seems to learn how to fight off COVID-19.
The Interior Department is working to auction drilling leases by the end of the year.
Last week, a severe inland storm hit the Midwest like a hurricane. Scientists and experts explain why they can be hard to predict.
A group of scientists are building a defense for parasites—and have put together a plan to conserve species.
New research suggests air pollution may cost the US $700 billion dollars—more than transitioning to clean energy would cost.