India Suffering Under A Deadly Second Wave Of COVID-19
Yesterday, India reported nearly 380,000 new COVID-19 cases in just one day. And the number of deaths has reached nearly 4,000.
Uncovering Metal Crafts Of The Viking Age
Archaeologists find that metalworkers in the 8th-century Viking trading port of Ribe made quick technological advances in brass production.
How Many T-Rexes Once Roamed the Earth? Maybe Billions
Scientists recently calculated that 2.5 billion individual T-Rexes roamed the Earth during the Cretaceous period.
Pterosaurs Had A 40-Foot Wingspan And A Giraffe-Like Neck
Recent research into the pterosaur’s vertebrae sheds light on the evolution of flight.
It’s Time For A Springtime Showdown: Vote For Your Pollinator Pick
Three scientists present their choice for the primo pollinator—and you get to vote and decide this year’s winners!
A Pollinator Palooza Adventure: The Great Sunflower Project
Discover all the ways to participate in crowdsource science this month and ask some budding experts your questions about the pollinators!
Environmental Justice: Evaluating Zip Codes And Pollution Burdens
Who bears the pollution burden? Use data to determine the pollution burden for a community and the systems that contribute to environmental injustice.
Under A Mile Of Ice, A Climate Clue
What ancient dirt and vegetation can teach us about the future of climate change.
Can We Geoengineer Our Way Out Of A Natural Disaster?
From electrifying rivers to dimming the sun, a new book explores geoengineering as a potential solution to environmental disasters.