Low Income Patients Hit Hardest By Cancer Treatment Costs
Low-income patients can struggle to cover cancer’s costs, leading to worse health outcomes.
Eyes In The Sky: The Science Behind Modern Balloons
Balloons can be used to study the weather, explore near space, and spy on other countries.
Ohio Residents Want Answers About Risks Of Train Derailment
At a recent community meeting, East Palestine residents raised concerns were raised about air and water quality.
ChatGPT And Beyond: What’s Behind The AI Boom?
Amid a flurry of AI announcements, we break down how tech like ChatGPT could affect our lives this year.
Midwest Aims To Add Large Indoor Animal Farms, Despite Concerns
States like Missouri and Nebraska are paving the way to welcome large livestock operations, but rural residents worry about the environmental risk of manure runoff.
U.S. Approves First Small Nuclear Reactor Design
The U.S. just approved its first small modular nuclear power plant design. What does it mean for the future of nuclear power?
Here’s What We Know About Long COVID, Three Years Later
A new study assesses the vast trove of research into the causes and best treatments for long COVID patients.
Why Are Children’s Antibiotics So Hard To Find Right Now?
Common antibiotics like penicillin, needed for kids with sickle cell, are becoming scarce, even as the FDA says there isn’t a shortage.
Why Are Gas Stoves Under Fire?
Gas stoves have been a hot topic of debate. A climate reporter answers our burning questions about their use, our health, and the climate.
Read ‘The Ministry for the Future’ With The SciFri Book Club
While we live on the precipice of global climate disaster, this work of speculative fiction creates a drama out of the near future.