Undersea archaeologist Robert Ballard shares adventures from beneath the waves and his love for deep sea exploration.
Drag performers, like Pattie Gonia and Kyne, are using social media to bring science communication to a wider audience.
Plus, more info about the holdup in COVID-19 vaccines for children under five.
Judges are seeing skyrocketing numbers of separated parents arguing over whether to vaccinate their children.
Though some types of dogs come with a reputation, new genetic analysis finds that breed is a poor predictor of behavior.
The Arctic and Antarctic are the two fastest-warming regions on Earth. Here’s how climate change is altering our poles.
This June, Cephalopod Week is back, with another eight days to cephalo-brate our favorite many-armed friends!
We examine how effective the IPCC Report can be at generating climate policy. Plus, a look at promising climate solutions in development.
A new carbon removal industry is booming, but how much should we rely on it—and invest in it—to reach our climate goals?
An engineering feat will soon reconnect habitats cut off from each other by Highway 101 for 75 years.
Researchers have found marine life colonizing the giant, swirling patch of trash in the Pacific Ocean.
Indigenous scientist and author Jessica Hernandez on what it might mean to heal—rather than conserve—endangered landscapes.
Western science is built upon harmful research practices in Indigenous communities. Jessica Hernandez writes about how this can change.