A pair of illustrators turned tiny blips in data into vivid views from the TRAPPIST-1 star system.
Ellen Stofan was the only woman to testify at a congressional hearing about the future of space exploration—and the only person left out of the official tweets about the event.
The more difficult the task, the less likely they will be generous.
The weather is nice, but it reminds us of the problems to come.
“Nothing short of calling the army is going to put it right,” an Irish politician recently said of the shrub’s takeover of a national park.
A new approach to treating eczema harnesses the defensive bacteria that already live on us.
And all of them are in the temperate zone.
The universe is just too big.
After 13 years at her dream job at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Tracy Van Houten feels newly called to run for office.
In a supposedly safe national park, poachers have slaughtered 80 percent of these elusive animals in just ten years.
The company has launched a Falcon 9 rocket from a historic launchpad at Cape Canaveral and landed its first stage upright on solid ground.
The space agency is in limbo as it waits for direction from Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress.
Here’s what happens now that Scott Pruitt has been approved by the Senate.
A vendor is using the arresting fossils to fund a curious venture: a menstrual cup factory.
Scientists are beginning to find out.
In recent weeks, “Energy Kids” has reworked and cut information about fossil fuels’ environmental impact.
The Dawn spacecraft has detected for the first time evidence of organic compounds on the dwarf planet.
Instead, they’ll restrict the agency in far subtler ways.
The U.S. Patent Office has finally ruled on the century’s biggest biotech discovery.
The “leading advocate against the EPA” may soon run the agency.
Four years after her miraculous birth at Washington, D.C.’s National Zoo, the fluffy celebrity is headed to China.