How Can We Inspire The Next Generation Of Female Scientists?
Co-author and conservation biologist Clare Fiesler on her new children’s book about female researchers and the obstacles they have overcome.
Breaking The Mold Of What A Scientist Looks Like
When Dr. Danielle N. Lee’s dream to become a veterinarian didn’t work out, she learned there were other ways to work with animals in science.
A Grim Milestone, As Cases Continue
Over one million in the U.S. have died of COVID-19, according to CDC numbers.
How Did ‘Prehistoric Planet’ Make Dinosaurs Look So Real?
Paleontologists and producers unveil the behind-the-scenes action of recreating accurate dinosaurs in a new docuseries on Apple TV+.
What Was It Like To Witness The End Of The Dinosaurs?
A new book chronicles what happened in the minutes, days, weeks, and years after the infamous asteroid hit the Earth.
The Seafaring Life Of ‘Modern-Day Captain Nemo,’ Robert Ballard
Undersea archaeologist Robert Ballard shares adventures from beneath the waves and his love for deep sea exploration.
Your Dog’s Breed Doesn’t Always Determine How They’ll Behave
Though some types of dogs come with a reputation, new genetic analysis finds that breed is a poor predictor of behavior.
Love Letters To The Earth
We asked you what you love and appreciate about our home. Here are photos, reflections, poems, and songs you sent back.
Indigenous Knowledge Is Central To Climate Solutions
Indigenous scientist and author Jessica Hernandez on what it might mean to heal—rather than conserve—endangered landscapes.
An Indigenous Scientist On Purging Colonialist Practices From Science
Western science is built upon harmful research practices in Indigenous communities. Jessica Hernandez writes about how this can change.