Last week, a severe inland storm hit the Midwest like a hurricane. Scientists and experts explain why they can be hard to predict.
A group of scientists are building a defense for parasites—and have put together a plan to conserve species.
After days of sleeping in tents, cars, and on the ground, refugee families in Cedar Rapids have moved to temporary housing and received much needed aid.
New research suggests air pollution may cost the US $700 billion dollars—more than transitioning to clean energy would cost.
Plus more science news for the week, including the chemical linked to Beirut’s explosions.
Scientists search for tiny but mighty bacteria with medical value.
A genetic breakthrough in squid research opens a new world for scientists.
Deep in the Peruvian Amazon, biochemist Rosa Vásquez Espinoza investigates the medicinal properties of microbes flowing in a sacred boiling river.