A strange celestial visitor in 2017 has this Havard astrophysicist convinced of intelligent life outside our solar system.
Millions of Americans need to replace their pipes. Here’s how to tell if your home or neighborhood needs to test its tap water.
On January 28, join us to explore how cities might transform if Earth was a tourist destination for intergalactic travel.
On February 4, join us to explore how relationships and culture might change when some are implanted with mood-enhancing brain chips.
Why has New York struggled to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, while West Virginia excelled?
Clinicians say they are under a “triple threat” with the flu, the pandemic, and the fungal disease, valley fever.
How decades of vaccine research, financial investment, and a bit of luck gave scientists the tools to quickly create—and test—vaccines for COVID-19.
Critics say the new rule could be used to hamper new environmental regulations.
From missions to Mars to civilian space flight, we round up what we can look forward to this year in space news.
Virologist Angela Rasmussen explains the virus variant and the latest controversy of the vaccine distribution.