From the first Earth Day in 1970 to today’s youth climate strikes, researchers and activists look back at the decades-long fight for a healthy planet.
Join us on May 16 to create a lost feast celebrating some of the flavors featured in this spring’s SciFri’s Book Club pick.
A new book looks at the history of some of the conservation movement’s key figures.
Scientists recently calculated that 2.5 billion individual T-Rexes roamed the Earth during the Cretaceous period.
Recent research into the pterosaur’s vertebrae sheds light on the evolution of flight.
SciFri Book Club reads “Lost Feast” and follows author Lenore Newman’s exploration of a long-lost Roman herb, the dodo bird, and more food mysteries.
Plus, how your weather forecast will change next month.
Organizations like Jakara Movement and Punjabi Radio USA filled in the information gaps for the Punjabi speaking community in California.
This algorithm can watch a silent piano performance and then turn it into expressive, human-sounding music.
Researchers don’t know enough about the charismatic giraffe—and as populations dwindle, they’re running out of time.
New research finds that the brains of Alzheimer’s patients are less able to obtain energy from glucose.
A new study suggests around a third of COVID-19 patients have long-term symptoms.